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Out & About, June 21

Published: 11:05AM June 20th, 2013

Sea kayak Ketron Island

June 22: $40. Paddlers of all levels will love this trip. We’ll start at Solo Point and circumnavigate Ketron Island in a few enjoyable hours. Experience the beauty and tranquility of this local treasure while learning or perfecting your paddling technique. Gear, guide, transportation and instruction provided. Minimum age: 12.

Aquarium & Pike Place

June 22: $40. Travel to the Emerald City for a trip to the Seattle Aquarium and Pike Place Market. The aquarium is filled with local exhibits, a visiting harbor seal and many amazing things to see and touch. Pike Place Market has an assortment of unique food and shops for you to try, so join us for a fun day trip. Transportation is provided. Trip cost includes admission to the aquarium. Popular Family trip; reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs

Bungee jumping

June 23: $135. Head to the base of Mount St. Helens to bungee jump off the highest bungee bridge in the country.

A full 20 stories high, the spectacular private bridge is nestled in a beautiful emerald green forest above a majestic sparkling river. If adrenaline is what you crave, you won’t be disappointed. Fee includes transportation, two jumps and the coveted Dangerous Sports Club T-shirt. Minimum weight: 90 lbs.

Mountain biking class

June 23: $40. If you’ve always wanted to give mountain biking a try, join us for this instructional ride. The class is designed for beginners to intermediate riders wanting to try something new or boost skills. The bike, helmet, gloves and transportation are provided. Difficulty: easy–moderate; distance: 5–8 miles; ride time: 4 hours. Minimum age: 12.

Wenatchee whitewater

June 29: $65. Take a trip down the Wenatchee River. Gear, instruction and transportation are included. Minimum age: 14 (add $10 for a barbecue meal).

Fishing in Westport

June 29: $130. Are you ready to get out on the open water and start hauling in fish? Join us on a chartered boat trip out of Westport. Rockfish are always plentiful, and lingcod are real fighters! Dress in layers, and bring your rain gear, snacks and lunch. Transportation and fishing gear are provided.

Kayaking the Snoqualmie

June 30: $50. Go on an exciting but easy-to-paddle inflatable kayak trip. Travel to North Bend or a paddle that puts in at Twin Falls and follows the Snoqualmie River. Transportation, inflatable kayak, paddle, instruction and guide included.

Adventure into Ape Cave

June 30: $40. Travel to Mount St. Helens to explore the largest continuous lava tube in the Western Hemisphere. Go deep into the underside of a 2,000-year-old lava flow to scramble and climb over and under volcanic formations.

In this subterranean environment, the average year-round temperature remains a constant 45 degrees, so dress warmly. Difficulty: moderate; distance: 3 miles; elevation gain: 250 feet. Minimum age 12.

Horseback riding

July 6: $80. Head to Elbe for a two-hour guided horseback ride . No experience is necessary for you to participate. Great family trip. Minimum age: 7.

Raft down the Wenatchee

July 6: $65. Take a trip down the beautiful Wenatchee River. We’ll travel to the east side of the mountain for a hot day in the sun and put in near the unique Bavarian town of Leavenworth.

Paddle through the many exciting class-III rapids. No rafting experience is necessary.

Gear, instruction and transportation are included. Minimum age: 14. (Add $10 for a barbecue meal). Ask about private trips for groups and units.

Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs.

Bike Snoqualmie Tunnel

July 7: $50. Ride through the nearly 2-milelong Snoqualmie Tunnel to Rattlesnake Lake. Difficulty: easy; distance: 22.5 miles; ride time: 3.5 hours. Minimum age: 12.

Pike Place/Ride the Ducks

July 7: $45. Coast Guard-certified maritime captains will take you on a tour of the Emerald City from both land and water while aboard an amphibious WWII vehicle. You’ll see downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market, historic Pioneer Square and funky Fremont before splashing into Lake Union for a spectacular view of the city skyline, luxurious yachts and Sleepless in Seattle houseboats.