Discover the stunning San Juan Islands on a multi sport adventure
Enjoy the tour with others looking for a wildlife adventure
Cycle, hike and kayak your way through the landscape
Enjoy the fruits of the islands
Incredible sights await as you explore the San Juan Islands by land and sea

San Juan Islands Multi-Sport

Duration
6 days
From
$2,054 USD

From quiet pebble beaches to blossoming meadows, San Juan Island cycling is a peaceful retreat from busy everyday life. A scenic ferry ride from Washington’s Fidalgo Island brings you to the maritime world of the San Juan islands. Here you can cycle on serene island roads, navigating around harbors, inlets, bays, and rolling green mountains. You will ride through color tulip nurseries and old sheep farms. You'll visit artist colonies and taste fresh seafood cuisine. In the fall, you can pick your fill of wild berries from just about anywhere along the way. Pure bliss!

  • Category
    For Families
  • Type
    Fully Guided
  • Duration
    6 days
  • Culture Level
    Familiar
  • Skill Level
    2 - Novice
  • Activity Level
    2 - Moderate
  • Elevation
    2 - Moderate
  • Terrain
    Coastal
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The San Juan islands are a natural haven for wildlife. You will cycle, swim, and kayak in the natural habitats of great blue herons, black-tailed deer, cormorants, seals, sea otters, and kingfishers. You can watch for dolphins and orca whales as you ferry through the island channels, where whale sightings occur regularly in season.

Taking after Norway’s fjords—especially after a big powder day in the Cascade Range—the San Juan’s, owing to isolation and ferry only access have collectively held onto their rural island lifestyle. Wildlife here is both rare as it is diverse: Wolf Eels to Giant Pacific octopus, Minke whales to Dall’s porpoise, Silver fox and Wild turkey to Peregrine falcon. As well the largest breeding population of Bald eagles in the lower 48.

From the best possible vantage point, either atop a saddle or kayak, you will range from Orca—called “the Emerald Isle” by locals—to farm rooted Lopez to the alpaca ranches, lavender farms and wineries of San Juan. One minute you’re breathing in old-growth Cedar and majestic Douglas-fir, sweeping past a gorgeous freshwater lake. The next, either caught up in the exhilaration of Killer whale spotting or big wave watching…


Think vibrant, varied and utterly vital.

Tour inclusions and exclusions at a glance:

What's included?
Items included in the cost of the tour

  • All transportation throughout the tour
  • Food preparation, meals and snacks
  • Non-alcoholic beverages
  • Group supplies and community gear (portable chairs, large awnings, coolers, utensils, etc)
  • Backcountry permits, licenses and park fees
  • At least 2 professionally trained trip leaders
  • A mobile first aid and mechanic station
  • Accommodation at First Class Campsites - upgrades available for Casual Inns
  • Support vehicle
  • Free bike rental is included in the price of this tour (upgrade options are available - please see below).
What's not included?
Items not included in the cost of the tour

  • International / Domestic flights
  • Visas
  • Travel Insurance
  • Camping Gear

Tour options and upgrades:

4 equipment options available
3 tour add-ons available