Book the 3-Day MT Rainier day tour from Seattle to travel around the Olympic National Park and Mt. Rainier National Park with 8% off discount price on the website. Officially recommended by visitors Bureau, and with buy 2 get 3rd free special offer nowdays.

Highlights of the Itinerary:

* Enjoy the most famous snow mountain views at altitudes of 2,000 meters

* Traverse the American Largest volcano Mt. Rainier, immerse in the wonder of natural beauty!

* Experience European-style German town and taste delicious tradition German dishes - Pig trotter

Day Trip Sightseeing:

3-Day MT Rainier day tour from Seattle, travel around the Olympic National Park and Mt. Rainier National Park

Mt. Rainier

Mt. Rainier is the tallest volcano of the Continental United States, the 5th tallest mountain of the entire US territory. The mountain top is covered by snow all year round. When snow melts, snow water flows down in a large volume, which creates beautiful waterfalls and vast lakes meanwhile irrigates the forest land.

Mount Rainier is circled by the 93-mile-long Wonderland Trail and is covered by several glaciers and snowfields totaling some 35 square miles. Carbon Glacier is the largest glacier by volume in the contiguous United States, while Emmons Glacier is the largest glacier by area. About 1.8 million people visit Mount Rainier National Park each year. Mount Rainier is a popular peak for mountaineering with some 10,000 attempts per year with approximately 50% making it to the summit.

We will go along the Wonderland Trail by stopping at 2-3 scenic spots. (According to the situation of the day)

In the summer, we will lead you to traverse the Volcano mountains.

Hurricane Ridge

Located within Washington's Olympic National Park, this mountainous region is a popular destination for hiking, skiing and snowboarding. In the summer, several picnic areas open up, making this a great spot for a day-trip from nearby Seattle.

Lake Crescent

This deep lake in the heart of Olympic National Park holds water that is a brilliant hue of bright blue. It was formed during the last Ice Age by thousands of years of glacial activity.

Snoqualmie Falls - This waterfall is located in Washington, in the greater Seattle area, along the river of the same name. The falls and the town gained international recognition when they were used as filming locations for the hit show "Twin Peaks."

Leavenworth - The town site was across the Wenatchee River from Icicle and was named Leavenworth the same year the rail construction began. Captain Charles Leavenworth, president of the Okanogan Investment Company, purchased the land in the present-day downtown and laid the streets parallel to the new railroad tracks.

German Pigs Trotter - Pig's trotter, another name for pork feet, is a popular dish in traditional German cuisine, and you will get the chance to try some authentically cooked trotter as part of a fine lunch.