We offer a variety of programs for people of all ages to learn about the wild wonders of Mount St. Helens.
Sign up for one of our guided programs to explore amazing trails and geologic features with an expert guide from the Mount St. Helens Institute!
We offer a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for Mount St. Helens enthusiasts, both on and off the mountain.
Mount St. Helens acts as a natural laboratory inspiring enthusiasm for earth science in 20 middle school girls.
The Science and Learning Center at Coldwater is a hands-on education center located seven miles from the crater of Mount St. Helens, offering spectacular views and unparalleled educational opportunities for learners of all ages. Learn more here.
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Thinking of climbing Mount St. Helens? Check out our climbing FAQs about climbing permits, trailhead/climbing routes, and preparing for your climb.
To advance understanding and stewardship of the earth through science, education, and exploration of volcanic landscapes.