Featuring Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Rainier, Mt. Adams, and Multnomah Falls
No other place in the United States is doing it like this! No other state CAN do it like this… (they just can’t get the geography right).
Escape Adventures is currently guiding adventurers in the Pacific Northwest around Mt Rainier. Also known natively as Tacoma or Tahoma. Our tour that includes the colossal Mt Rainier covers areas in Oregon and Washington alike. We’re talking Multnomah Falls, 620 feet of breathtaking nature, as well as mountain ridges, rainforests, woodlands, and lava flows. If you want an exclusive experience unlike what anyone else will enjoy in the lower 48, this might be just what you’re looking for. Exhilarating rides, world-famous views, and cozy to luxurious accommodations.
The Volcanoes in question? Besides the aforementioned Mt Rainier, there’s also Mount St. Helens, named first “Louwala-Clough” or “Loowit,” meaning “smoking mountain. You’ll also get to see Mount Hood, also known as “Wy’east” and Mount Adams, also called “Pahto.” Local natives have legends that tell about the brothers ‘Wyeast (Mt Hood) and “Pahto” or “Klickitat” (Mount Adams) battling for the fair maiden “Loowit” (Mount St. Helens).
The Waterfalls in question? Multnomah Falls in Oregon is the second tallest year-round waterfall in the United States. You will also witness roughly 90 waterfalls along the Columbia River Gorge, the boundary between Oregon and Washington.
Escape Adventure’s five day tour of these giants and waterfalls is a whirlwind of sweeping mountainous views and lush wildlife; that combination best found in the Pacific Northwest. The accommodations are a combination of casual inns and luxe lodges to leave you feeling appropriately challenged by your rides and exceptionally pampered during your rests. It can not be stressed enough that these are some of the most breathtaking and spectacular views available in the western United States. Enjoy being tested with high altitudes and climbs, but also rewarded with views that simply cannot be found anywhere else.
Visit the Tour page here: