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PNW Wilderness Cabin Adventure

Vurdert til 5,0 av 5 basert på 4 anmeldelser.Seattle, USAInngår i samlingen Airbnb-eventyr

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Eventyr med verten Dave

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Hike, sled, and relax at a cabin near Mount Rainier National Park

On this overnight adventure, we'll start from Angle Lake light rail station outside of Seattle, then hike 4 miles uphill to spend the night at a beautiful cabin in the wilderness.

There's a 2000-foot (610-meter) elevation gain, and it's a continuous steady climb to the top of the mountain where the cabin is located. Once we're there, we'll cook delicious meals, build a campfire, and go exploring and sledding (during the winter).

The next day, we'll travel back down the mountain around noon, and your host will provide snowshoes if needed for the trek back to the trailhead.

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Hike, sled, and relax at a cabin near Mount Rainier National Park

On this overnight adventure, we'll start from Angle Lake light rail station outside of Seattle, then hike 4 miles uphill to spend the night at a beautiful cabin in the wilderness.

There's a 2000-foot (610-meter) elevation gain, and it's a continuous steady climb to the top of the mountain where the cabin is located. Once we're there, we'll cook delicious meals, build a campfire, and go exploring and sledding (during the winter).

The next day, we'll travel back down the mountain around noon, and your host will provide snowshoe…

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Dette er inkludert

  • Overnatting
    1 natt i hytte
  • Mat
    1 frokost, 1 middag
  • Drinker
    Vann
  • Billetter
    Inngangsavgift
  • Utstyr
    Sportsutstyr

Reiseruten din

  • Dag 1
    4-mile uphill trek to the cabin
    Meet at Angle Lake light rail station, then hike 4 miles to the cabin to stay overnight.
  • Dag 2
    Return trek to Angle Lake station
    Enjoy sunrise from the cabin, go exploring, then head back down the trail around noon.
Fra $199
per person

Møt verten din, Dave

Har vært vertskap på Airbnb siden 2015
  • 4 anmeldelser
  • Identitet er verifisert
I have been living in the Pacific Northwest for over 30 years. I love to hike and explore the beautiful outdoors and have been organizing and arranging group hikes in the Olympic and Cascade Mountains for almost 4 years.

I have a very successful Airbnb “Experience” in the Seattle area called “Day hike to explore the Pacific NW” which I have been active with since the Spring of 2018.
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Her skal du være

You can take the LINK light rail from downtown Seattle to the Angle Lake Station to meet the group and begin our trip. Alternatively, you can drive 30 minutes from downtown to Angle Lake Station.

Vurdert til 5,0 av 5 basert på 4 anmeldelser.

Andrey
september 2019
A challenging hike with a well prepared guide who has thought of everything followed by an evening of well deserved relaxation under the stars. I've hiked before, but never camped. It had also been a while. Inevitably, I was underprepared. Dave had thought through everything. The Hike Up As we pulled into the parking lot, he had his Discover Pass (which you need in order to park at the park). I realized I forgot to bring my water bottle. Dave had a pack of bottles in his trunk. He also had hiking poles, enough for all of us. On the way up, he taught us about Bracken Fern, Sword Fern, St John's Wart, Devil's Club, and Thimble Berries. He had snacks and heart felt stories to share when we took a break. He even joined us in looking for hidden treasures through the GeoCaching app, creating an impromptu adventures within the adventure! The Cabin After a seriously challenging hike up, we arrived at the cabin with a magnificent view of Mt Rainier. The cabin is very up to date, but it's not your normal house. There are no showers, and the toilet is an out house, which is fine for a couple of nights. The sleeping area has very comfortable thick foam pads that you can lay out to sleep on. There is ample drinking water, but it is captured from the roof and filtered - there are no pipes leading 4 miles into the woods. The faucet runs like normal, so you'd never guess it was coming from a barrel elsewhere in the house. The kitchen has a real gas stove (propane) with four burners and an oven with ample table space and seating. You can really cook a meal there - if you remember to bring the ingredients! The Evening I took a nap while my friend explored the peaceful meditation garden near by. There were other campers staying there - the cabin sleeps 14. It was great to get to know them and to have a group to drink wine and roast marshmallows with later that night. For dinner, Dave hauled up over a pound of frozen ground meat, vegetables, and pasta. Simple as it was, it was one of the most fulfilling meals I've had. With no cars or supermarkets around, those ingredients were the only thing available, and after a solid challenging hike, you're immensely grateful for this man's forethought and care. When it got dark, Dave handed us a head lamp. With no lights or light pollution, you'd be tripping all over yourself in the dark. For the same reason, though, you could see the stars and the Milky Way. As we sat around the fire with the rest of the people staying in the cabin, Dave snuck in a few shots of us at the fire, perfectly capturing the moment with his professional camera (which he hauled, with the food and first aid kit, up the mountain, so you can have a beautiful memory). Without electricity or cell service, I naturally adjusted to the natural sleep cycle. At home, I rarely make it to bed before midnight, usually feeling restless even after I do. Here, an hour and a half after sunset, I was naturally tired and ready to sleep at 10pm! Inside the solid cabin, you feel safe. Though stepping out to pee in the middle of the night, you’re definitely reminded that you’re in the real wilderness - the head lamp was really needed. The Way Back The next day, sore from the previous day’s hike, we made it down the hill. Finding a few more GeoCaches along the way, we were at the car in no time. As we drove off, Dave thought the tire sounded strange. When we pulled over, sure enough we had a flat. Taking all of the emergency and provisional gear out of his trunk, we got the spare and the jack. 15 minutes later, we had changed the tire and were back on the road. Another adventure within the adventure! Another situation for which Dave was prepared. For me, it would take a lot of planning and deliberation to get to the level of preparedness that Dave had for the trip. With him, though, it didn’t feel like he was over preparing or trying to impress anyone with his stuff. He just knew what was likely to be missing or needed and had it on hand. It was like walking into a well stocked kitchen, or a crafts man’s shop. It was just what was needed exactly where it was needed. Over all, I loved walking, talking, and sharing the adventure with Dave. I am a bit of a loner at times and need to have some space for myself. I never felt like I needed to engage with Dave when I didn’t want to. Then when I was feeling up for it, he was always there to connect with and engage. It felt welcome at my own pace. I find that hard to find, so definitely a big Thank You! to you, Dave.
A challenging hike with a well prepared guide who has thought of everything followed by an evening of well deserved relaxation under the stars. I've hiked before, but never camped…
Maria
september 2019
This was a fun, memorable, and rejuvenating experience. The cabin had a magnificent view of the mountains. I enjoyed meditating at the gazebo and the community garden. I read some of the communal books, ate some (read: all) of the communal trail mix. Tip: Be sure to bring your own power bank, as the power outlets in the cabin did not work. At night, I mingled with the other guests, who were nice enough to build and share their campfire, marshmallows, and wine. I got to see the Milky Way for the first time! The sleeping pads were really comfortable. I slept really, really well. Dave was a great host. His foresight and preparation allowed us to just sit back, relax, and have a good time. He planned for all of our meals, and hauled all of our food by himself (it was so heavy!), he brought water, lent us hiking poles, and cooked breakfast and dinner. He accommodated for our unique dietary constraints. I also really enjoyed getting to know him (we really vibed). I was also really glad that he was game to go geocaching with me. He was a really good sport about it. :) After the hike, Dave treated us out to Olympic Mountain Ice Cream. It was SO good. In fact, I bought a pint of my own when I got back home. He also gave us some epsom salts, which really helped soothe our feet. I highly recommend this experience. When I came back from the trip, I found myself re-energized and relaxed. 10/10, would do again.
This was a fun, memorable, and rejuvenating experience. The cabin had a magnificent view of the mountains. I enjoyed meditating at the gazebo and the community garden. I read some…
Zhen
juli 2019
Dave is an exceptional host! He sent me the instruction on meeting up location/time and massaged me separately to ensure I was clear on the details. Conversations with him along the way to the adventure was not only fun but also educational. He cared deeply about on whether the guest felt comfortable with the adventure pace and made sure the guest know it is his/her adventure and he is there to help make sure one has a great time! Dave is very knowledgeable about hiking, hiking equipment, and wild lives. He would stop and point out plants that are interesting and will remind you to drink water along the way. The cabin we stayed in was clean and comfortable, and Dave would cook delicious food for you. Dave is an incredible host, I am so lucky to have gone on this memorable adventure with him!
Dave is an exceptional host! He sent me the instruction on meeting up location/time and massaged me separately to ensure I was clear on the details. Conversations with him along th…
Carl & Alysabethe
april 2019
Dave definitely knows how to host a unique and memorable overnight experience! The adventure started when I met Dave at the Angle Lake Light Rail Station at 8am. He was on time and gave me clear directions on where to meet. We drove towards Mt Rainier, stopping at a grocery store on the way to get dinner ingredients and snacks for the trip. We decided to make spaghetti with veggie and meat sauce – easy and delicious. We also picked up a couple of sandwiches for lunch, and a coffee for me. I offered to split the bill but Dave graciously covered everything. It was about a 1-2 hour drive to the trail and Dave was great company the whole way. During that trip, I came to appreciate Dave as a person who is enthusiastic, genuine, curious, open, and kind. We had a fascinating conversation that was always engaging and never forced. We got to know each other and became fast friends, settling into an easy dynamic that lasted throughout the trip. We arrived at the Tahoma mountain trailhead at around 10:30am. It was raining and the trail was mostly snow-covered, but I was well-prepared thanks to the list of essentials Dave had emailed me days earlier. Dave provided an extra waterproof poncho and spikes for my boots for extra traction. Both were welcome on the 4-mile uphill hike that followed. The hike followed a groomed cross-country ski trail that we had mostly to ourselves. The scenery was beautiful and varied. We went at a pace that was just the right level challenge. Dave was great about checking in to see how I was doing. We took frequent breaks for water and snacks. We arrived at Bruni’s Snow Bowl Hut in the early afternoon. The ‘Hut’ was shockingly well-appointed for being at the top of a mountain. It had a full kitchen, living area, and loft for sleeping. Being ravenously hungry after the hike, we proceeded to wolf down our sandwiches while making small-talk with a group of cross-country skiers who had stopped in to the hut for a snack. Dave and I spent the rest of the day hanging out at the Hut. Towards evening, we were joined by a group of two fellow hikers: Jude and ‘Pril. They stayed the night in the hut and were also great company. We cooked together, took pictures, and played a rousing game of ‘Sorry’. The sleeping situation was comfortable and warm – despite the frigid temperatures outside. We woke in the morning, grabbed coffee and breakfast, and hung out for a few hours before making the descent. Dave, in his wisdom, brought a sled along for the hike. While the trip up was hours of plodding, the trip down was a flash of adrenaline and flying snow. It was great fun. When we reached the trailhead, Dave and I packed up his car and made the drive back to the Angle Lake light rail station. But not without stopping off for ice cream and a coffee. The drive back was every bit as enjoyable as the drive there. We never ran out of topics for easy conversation. When it was finally time to bid Dave farewell, I felt not only that I had a great experience, but that I had made a good friend. I also made a vow to recommend Dave to any of friend or family member looking for a unique and memorable experience immersed in the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
Dave definitely knows how to host a unique and memorable overnight experience! The adventure started when I met Dave at the Angle Lake Light Rail Station at 8am. He was on time an…

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    Backpack and sleeping bag.

    Warm clothes which are NOT cotton.