Mount St. Helens

The star of the Cascade Mountain Range, Mount St. Helens might be best known for its eruption over 40 years ago. And while the summit is craterous, and dried volcanic streams are still visible, the area features verdant forests riddled with creeks, lakes, and waterfalls. There is plenty to explore and enjoy in the shadow of this iconic peak. During your six day summertime Mountain Biking Tour, we’ll cover all of the highlights and hidden treasures (did someone say cave exploration?) while enjoying gourmet meals and first class camping under the stars.

Highlights

  • Cascade Mountains
  • Mount St. Helens
  • Gifford Pinchot National Forest
  • Siouxon Trail dotted with waterfalls
  • Ape Canyon Trail.

Details

TypeMountain bike, Cave Exploration
Duration 6 days
LevelModerate, challenging
SupportGuided
Group sizemin. 6 max. 13
LodgingCamping
BicycleNot included
MonthJuly, August, September
StartPortland
FinishPortland
States or countryOregon, Washington
Airport startPortland International Airport

Airport finishPortland International Airport

Starting from $ 1,449.00

*Please note the prices are subject to change depending availability *

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