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Mount St. Helen's Volcanic Monument

10 - 12 Hours / Available April - October / Flexible departure time between 6 and 9am

  • 11 hr
  • From 995 US dollars
  • Mount St. Helen's

Service Description

At 8363 feet in elevation and around 275,000 years old, Mt St Helen's is the shortest and youngest of the 5 active volcanoes in Washington State. But it's also the most active in the last 10,000 years. George Vancouver named the volcano for Britain’s ambassador to Spain, Alleyne Fitzherbert, also known as Baron St. Helens. See the aftermath of the largest landslide in recorded history and natures resilience as it fights to reclaim the land. On this tour, we'll set a bearing for Castle Rock, Washington, turn east and make our way up State Route 504 to the Johnston Ridge Observatory. We'll stop at the Mount St. Helen's Visitor's Center and the Forest Learning Center. on the way. We'll spend 2-3 hours at Johnston Ridge Observatory before heading back. Price is for the group but does not include tax, meals or gratuity.


Cancellation Policy

Cancellation policy: More than 7 days: 100% refund. More than 2 days but less than 7 days from the departure time: 80% refund More than 24 hours but less than 2 days from departure time: 50% refund. Less than 24 hours: No refund.


Contact Details

206-945-2718

bearingtours@gmail.com

Seattle, WA, USA


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