Adventures Through Kayaking
For outdoor adventure lovers, there is so much to see and do around Port Angeles, Washington. Adventures Through Kayaking is able to provide the outdoor thrills both locals and visitors seek through white water rafting, paddle boarding, mountain biking and an assortment of other amazing and fun activities that truly showcase the beautiful side of Washington.
At Adventures Through Kayaking, it is possible to truly explore the amazing Olympic Peninsula. From guided tours to simple boat and outdoor gear rentals, there is something for everyone. It really just depends on what someone is looking for. Kayaking makes it easy to explore all of the outlets and water gateways throughout the region, while mountain biking offers trail lovers the ability to take in the natural wilderness and beauty that can be found here.
Naturally, it is not always possible to pack a bicycle or stand up paddle board into a suitcase for visiting the area. Everyone someone might possibly need to explore is available for rent. Even for people who live in the area that don't want to invest in their own mountain bike or raft, it is available for rent through Adventures Through Kayaking. Water rafting is only one of an assortment of incredible activities. The white water rafting is all performed by tour guides, so for people who have never been white water rafting before, they are able to take in this activity with the aid of a professional. For the outdoor lover, Adventures Through Kayaking has it all.
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What an idyllic summer vacation family day...four adults, 4 teenagers, an 8- and a 5- year old with Adventures Through Kayaking in Port Angeles, WA. Collin, our patient and knowledgeable guide, provided a safe and fun day at Fresh Water Bay...We had blue skies and clean, calm waters while traversing a sea of kelp. After admiring a cute and furry river otter family of four from a respectful distance, we were treated to a repeated, huge splash out there on the other side of the kelp. A baby orca gallivanting away from her mother? A sea lion, Collin guessed. But wait! The day granted us the sight of three seals and a couple of bald eagles, plus a vociferous blue heron pursuing three gulls. It felt as if we were inside an Olympic Peninsula vacation brochure. We are so thankful to Collin, and Kelly and Tammy who gracefully and patiently outfitted the gang. And yes, Tammy, the double kayaks were a lot of fun. What a great team you are: thanks!!!