Cosmopolitan Seattle, volcanic landscapes and rugged coasts...

The glaciated peaks of the Cascade Range forms one of the most scenic parts but less visited parts of the US.

Seattle, United States
Seattle, United States
United States
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Cultural rating
Min 14
Group size
Min 10 Max 49
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0kg pp per trip


  • Total Solar Eclipse
  • Seattle
  • Cascade Range
  • Mount St Helens


Meet your group at the evening welcome meeting in Seattle.
Exploring the city of Seattle with visits to the city's most famous landmark the Space Needle and a tour of Boeing facilities for a look at the future of aviation. The rest of the day is yours to explore the city, perhaps wander along the seafront or visit the famous Pike Place market.
Today we head to be beautiful Mount Rainier area for some light hiking amongst picturesque meadows and lakes.
En route to Portland our eclipse viewing spot, we’ll stop at Mount St Helen’s National Volcanic Monument and explore the volcano that erupted 1980. Enjoy guided short walks to learn about the catastrophic events, examine the effects of this eruption and consider the volcano's current status.
The day is yours to explore Portland at your leisure. An eclectic mix of outstanding foods, cobbled streets and fascinating art galleries, explore the city’s vibrant waterfront, large green parks and take a trip to the world’s largest independent bookstore.
After an early breakfast we’ll depart by coach to our chosen site to view the eclipse. The precise location will be selected following an assessment of the prevailing weather conditions. Please note that this itinerary will not be accompanied by an astronomer however the local guide will be well informed about eclipse.
This morning we’ll make tracks to Oregon's rugged, impressive coastline. Spend the afternoon exploring the many beaches and dunes that make up the coastal eco-system and a tour of Hectea Head Lighthouse is not to be missed.
Today we’ll drive along Oregon’s scenic coast to the western historic settlement of Astoria, an important fishing village. Spend the afternoon exploring Astoria’s maritime history, evident throughout the town, and soak up stunning scenery from quaint cafes.
We return to Seattle this morning where the tour comes to an end.
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8 breakfasts
Private Coach


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Important notes

Total eclipses are rare events that occur along a narrow track at a precisely calculated time. People who follow eclipses want to be at the location with the best chance of clear skies. Groups are larger than Intrepid's regular small group tours.

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