Winter Means Adventure at Mount St. Helens

Nestled in the beautiful Douglas Fir and Hemlock forests of Washington, this 5-mile round-trip hike will lead you to the icy shores of June Lake, where you'll enjoy a lunch stop amidst stunning natural surroundings. Along the way, you'll be guided by a naturalist who will share their knowledge of the area's history and ecology.

At June Lake, you'll be treated to a breathtaking 74-foot-tall waterfall cascading over a 27 thousand-year-old volcanic deposit. It's a sight that's sure to take your breath away and create memories that will last a lifetime.

But don't just take our word for it - here's what past participants have had to say:

"Absolutely wonderful! The snow-covered trees were beautiful and the staff were knowledgeable about the history. A great adventure indeed!" ~Julia

"Very impressive, well-run trip. All involved loved being there and the enthusiasm was infectious." ~ Karen

So why wait? This is the perfect opportunity to get outside, explore the great outdoors, and experience the beauty of winter firsthand. The program runs in Febuary, and is open to participants aged 8 and up (minors must be accompanied by an adult), and is limited to a maximum of 10 participants to ensure a personal and intimate experience. Snowshoes can be rented for an additional $15.

Ready to join us?  Register today. Have question? Email or call (360) 207-1675 to learn more. Don't miss out on this incredible winter adventure!