Snohomish Adventure Tours

Select a Snohomish Adventure Tour from the List Below

Sixty to ninty minute Romantic champagne balloon flights through the picturesque Snohomish River Valley is just one tour listed below.

  • Aerial Adventures

    Airial Hot Air Balloon Co

    www.airialballoon.com
    10123 Airport Way Snohomish, WA 98290
    360-568-3025
    Sixty to ninty minute flight. Romantic champagne balloon flights through the picturesque Snohomish River Valley.

    Skydive Snohomish

    www.skydive.com
    9912 Airport Way Snohomish, WA 98290
    360-568-7703 or 800-759-5867
    Tandem and static line skydiving instructions. Longer training time for static jump.

    Snohomish Flying Service

    www.snohomishflying.com
    Harvey Field
    Snohomish, WA 98290
    360-568-1541

    Reservations required. Gift Certificates available.
    Telephone orders with Mastercard or Visa. Learn to fly.

    They have been training pilots since 1944.
    Discovery Flights: Take off / land with the assitance of a professional flight instructor - Airplane $49. Helicopter $99.
    Scenic Airplane Flights: A flying adventure for three passengers -- 1/2 Hour $90. 1/2 Hour $150.
    Scenic Helicopter Flights: A flying adventure for two passengers -- 1 Hour $170. 1 Hour $290.

  • Aerospace Tours

    Future of Flight Aviation Center

    www.futureofflight.org
    8415 Paine Field Blvd Mukilteo, WA 9827

    Tour information 800-464-1476 or 425-438-8100

    Interactive displays and hands-on exhibits to learn about commercial aviation--and its exciting future developments. The Boeing Tour takes you through its giant facility where you see how today's jets are assembled.

  • Countryman Driving Tour Three

    Stocker's

    www.stockerfarm.com
    10622 Airport Way
    Snohomish, WA 98290 360-568-7391

    The Outback

    www.christmastreesandroos.com
    10030 State Route 530 NE
    Arlington, WA
    360-403-7474

    Guided 40 minute tours of a wild life park with kangaroos, wallabies, wallaroos, llamas, alpacas, pygmy goats emus and ostrichs.

    Washington Serpentarium

    www.reptileman.com
    22715 Hwy 2
    Monroe, Washington
    360-805-5300

    "The Reptile Man" Scott Peterson houses over 200 different creatures with over 75 species of chameleons, scorpions, turtles, spiders, alligators, rattlesnacks, pythons, cobras and mambas. You can even hold some of the animals in this zoo.

    Open 10:00 to 6:00 Mon-Fri and 10:00 to 5:00 weekends. Admission is $4.00 for adults and $3.00 for children

  • Bird Watching

    Ferguson Park At Blackman Lake

    Family friendly municipal park by Blackman Lake with confiers and riparian wetlands. The best birding is in the spring and winter. Watch for mallards, northern shovelrlers, hooded mergansers, northern pintails, American wigeons, ring-necked ducks, lesser scaups, western grebes, double-crested cormorants, dark-eyed juncos, chestnut-backed chickadees, house finches, spotted towhees and red-breasted nuthatches.

    Heirman Wildlife Preserve

    Take Hwy 9 to Broadway. Turn left on Broadway for .8 mile. Turn left on Connelly Rd. Dirve .7 mile to Heirman Wildlife Preserve which is a 343 acre county park on riverfront hillside with riparian, wetland and agricultural habitats. Nearly 80 species are here annually including bald eagle, American kestrel, red-tailed hawk, northern harrier, hairy woodpecker, great blue heron, belted kingfisher, and spotted towhee. Watch for common yellowthroats, and willow flycathcers during summer and tuby crowned and golden-crowned kinglets, green-winged teal, ring-necked ducks, and trumpeter swans during the winter.

    Snohomish River Valley

    Winterl to early spring the Snohomish River Valley is attracting a large congregation of Trumpeter Swans.

  • Family Adventures

    Centennial Trail

    Paved trail which starts at 6th & Maple in Snohomish and goes for about 20 miles to Armar Rd Trailhead at Smokey Point. It is a multiple use trail for pedestrians, bicyclists, equestrians, and other non-motorized users, which parallels the Pilchuck River in many places. A variety of farmlands, wetlands, widelife and woodland areas offer the user plenty of opportunity for a great experience. It is on an old railroad right away with gentle slope. Easily accessible parking and trailheads, as well as picnic benches, restrooms, and liter receptacles are located at convenient intervals along the entire route. Park Rangers patrol the trail on a regular basis.

    Pilchuck River

    Put your inner tubes in at the OK Mill Road Bridge in Machias and float down to Pilchuck Park.

    Riverfront Trail

    Paved trail along the Snohomish River from Cady Park(Maple Street) to Avenue D Bridge. Magnificient views of Mt. Rainier and Seattle Snohomish Mill, a working lumber mill.

    Snohomish Parks

    Snohomish has eight parks for you to enjoy including the Skate Board Park between 2nd and 3rd on Maple.