Wild Sky Adventure Guides

Seattle Canyoneering Guides

June through September


Unique, Crowd Free EXPERIENCES IN sNOQUALMIE pASS: jUST Outside Seattle!


Booking Open: Summer 2024

Customer Recommended: 100% 5 star reviews on Trip Advisor.

Rain or Shine: By outfitting you in the best gear, our trips ensure comfort, even on rainy or windy days!

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Canyoneering Adventure!

Canyon: Dingford Creek

Season: Late July – End of September

Time Commitment: 6 – 8 Hours

Experience Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Fitness Required: Intermediate

Balance: Intermediate

Rappels: 10-20

Price: $270 per person. 


The Swiftwater Canyoneering Adventure features whitewater obstacles known as hydraulics. There are more obstacles than the Waterfall Rappelling Canyoneering Adventure. 

Despite being more demanding than the beginner option, this canyon is still attainable for novice canyoneers. 

This exhilarating adventure is within an hour’s drive from Seattle.

Waterfall Rappelling Canyoneering Adventure!

Beginner Friendly!

Time Commitment: 6-8 Hours

Experience Level: Beginner

Fitness Required: Moderate

Balance: Moderate

Rappels: 4 – 8

Price: $270 per person. 
The Waterfall Rappelling Canyoneering Adventure is a great option for beginners who want to try canyoneering but may feel nervous about jumping right into a more challenging expedition.

Join us and explore the beauty of Snoqualmie Pass. These inspiring, pristine canyons are under an hour drive from downtown Seattle!


Family Canyoneering Adventure!

Beginner Friendly!

For Kids 12+

Time Commitment: 6-8 Hours

Experience Level: Beginner

Fitness Required: Moderate

Balance: Moderate

Rappels: 4 – 8

Price: $270 per person. 


The family challenge transforms the canyon into an obstacle course for families, encouraging teamwork, communication, problem-solving, shared experiences, and of course, fun!

Vertical Canyoneering Adventure!

Season: June 15th – July 15th

Canyon: The Tesseract!

Experience Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Fitness Required: Moderate

Balance Required: Moderate

Exposure: 320 Feet!

Rappels: 9-12

Max Rappel: 190 feet

Price: $300 per person.


The Vertical Adventure Challenge is our most technically demanding canyon. It features a commiting descent and multi-pitch rappel techniques. 

Ideal for a group that wants to visit an advanced canyon and build their capacity to move safely through big vertical terrain.

Note: This is a physically and mentally demanding canyon. The window where conditions allow for a safe descent is short.  Give respect to this adventure and schedule it in advance. This allows us to screen all participants and prepare the adventure.

Private Canyoneering Adventure!

Beginner Friendly!


Time Commitment: 6-8 Hours

Experience Level: Beginner

Fitness Required: Moderate

Balance: Moderate

Rappels: 4 – 8

Price: $380 per person. 


Waterfall Canyoneering is a fast growing activity in the PNW. Expect breathtaking views and thrilling rappels through waterfalls. Visit places that are only accessible to canyoneers! 


MT. Erie Rock-Climbing Challenge

Beginner Friendly!

Time Commitment: 6 Hours

Experience Level: All levels

Fitness Required: Moderate

Balance: Moderate

Price: $200 per adult. 


The Mt. Erie Guided Rock Climbing Challenge is an opportunity to try rock climbing  of all skill levels to test their abilities and push their limits.

Wild Sky guides in the Snoqualmie Corridor of I-90 between North Bend and Snoqualmie Pass.

Upon booking you will receive a confirmation email detailing all the important details for getting ready for the trip, and 48 hours leading up to the trip your guide will be in touch with you to confirm meet up location and time so that there is no confusion the morning of your adventure. 

A trip with Wild Sky is an all inclusive experience. Our lead guides have been trained to the highest standards of internationally recognized certifications. They are trained Wilderness First Responders who always carry an extensive First Aid Kit and emergency communication equipment. 

When you book a trip with us we will provide you with all the gear needed to move through the canyon. We will fit you with an industry leading quick-dry wetsuit from Seland, a harness with attached carabiners and rappel device, a helmet, a backpack and a dry bucket to store your food. 

The most important thing that you can bring on a Wild Sky adventure is a Positive Attitude and a readiness to exert yourself physically for the day. 

Canyon appropriate clothes includes lightweight, non-cotton, long pants, a non-cotton shirt, and a pair of durable shoes with good grip (vibram soles preferable) that you don't mind getting wet! 

To keep your attitude positive and your body moving you are going to want to bring enough food and at least 2 liters of water to keep you on the move for the duration of your adventure. 

All Wild Sky trips have the options of picking up a maximum of 4 clients in North Bend. 

Pick up options in the Seattle area are available for an extra charge depending on location. 


At Wild Sky we understand that life is messy and things can change. We have designed our cancellation policy to be fair to our valued customers, but allows us to provide some certainty in our guide schedule.

Cancellation Policy:

More than 7 days before trip begins: Full Refund.

Less than 7 days: Wild Sky Credit.



Please bring an extra pair of glasses or contacts with you on your trip. Leave them in your dry bucket so that you have them if you lose yours in the canyon. Please bring glasses straps to secure your glasses in the canyon. 

Prior experience canyoneering is not necessary for any of our adventure challenges.

The Seattle Canyoneering Adventure, the Family Canyoneering Adventure, and the Private Waterfall Tour were designed with beginners in mind.

The Whitewater Canyoneering Adventure is also appropriate for beginners, but the challenge requires more resiliency and  physical fitness than the other trips. The Vertical Canyoneering Adventure is designed for those experienced with exposure to heights. Honestly evaluate yourself and every member of the trip before signing up for this challenge if you have never been canyoneering before. 

Seattle area Wild Sky Challenges meet up outside of North Bend at 8:00 AM. 

We have designed our challenges to last around 6 - 8 hours, so expect to finish around 2:00 - 4:00 PM. 

Tips are not mandatory, but are very much appreciated by your guides.

Guiding is considered a service industry profession. Most people tip around the same percentage as they would tip at a restaurant. 

The Canyon environment is an inherently dangerous environment. 

At Wild Sky we follow a philosophy of risk management developed by ICA - The International Canyoning Academy to minimize, mitigate, or avoid danger in the canyon. 

All of our guides carry a SAFER document that ensures we follow the correct protocols and communicate safety information to you. 

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