Wildland Trekking Guided Hiking Vacations

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Marymere Falls in Olympic National Park

Marymere Falls in Olympic National Park

Go on an unforgettable hiking vacation. Wildland Trekking has a tour that fits nearly anyone who loves to hike in world-renowned, breathtaking landscapes including Olympic and Mount Rainier national parks.

  • Backpacking Trips: For people seeking solitude, wildness and adventure. Try our stock/porter supported trips for a backcountry experience without a heavy pack.
  • Basecamp Trips: For people seeking an outdoor experience but with showers and comfortable amenities.
  • Inn-based Trips: For guests interested in staying at lodges or cabins while going on great hikes.
  • Winter Snowshoeing and Cross-country Skiing Trips
  • Day Hikes

For more information:
800-715-4453
International: 927-379-6383
www.wildlandtrekking.com

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