School Field Trips

There's a lot to see, experience, and learn at our outdoor fun center & adventure park.

You've come to the right place for a fantastic field trip experience for your school or class.  Fill out this online form to tell us more about your requests and receive an online quote response within a couple of business days!

Visit our convenient field trip venue near Seattle, Washington

Bring your class, school, team or staff to High Trek Adventures for a time of adventure, education and growth in the Pacific NW Outdoors. We are conveniently located just 20 minutes north of Seattle. Take advantage of trekking over dozens of challenges, zipping across 3 ziplines, joining a round of mini golf, team laser tag challenge, or doing field activities to grow trust and communication between students. Our venue has a capacity of 200+ people. Please fill out our web form at the bottom of this page or call us for a custom quote for your field trip.

Customer Testimonial

"For the past three years our school has enjoyed using High Trek Adventures for our middle school retreat. Our students really enjoy the variety of team building and leadership activities that the counselors provide, along with making the day fun for everyone. The highlight is the rope course in which the counselors are very professional in their training and safety when teaching the students the skills on how to be successful on the course. Our students come away feeling accomplished and stronger in their roles as school leaders. I would highly recommended using this venue for your school retreat."

M. Christensen
Physical Education Teacher

Course Safety

The modern adventure park has become a frequent destination for both public and private schools.  Not only is High Trek Adventures the largest adventure park in the state, it also rigorously adheres to the latest ACCT standards (Association for Challenge Course Technology).  Our park has an annual third party safety inspection and while our max participant weight is 265 lbs., the course is rated for 5000 lbs.  Once a participant is clipped into our system, they are not un-clipped until they reach the ground and are "keyed out".  We invite you to come and try out the course for yourself to understand why even a 4 year old can independently experience our Cadet's Course.  To better understand our cable system and equipment, we recommend you visit our equipment page.

What to Expect

For Grades K-12
30 Min. Harness & "Ground School" safety briefing
1-2 hours of climbing and zip lining (depending on selection)
Optional Activities (Team Building, Mini Golf, Laser Tag)
Picnic tables for group use
Bus parking available
Climbing Chaperones: free entry (10:1 ratio)
Non-climbing Chaperones: free entry, unlimited
Bring your own lunch or order delivery from local partner restaurants
Capacity: Up to 250

Services

There are several different activities that High Trek offers for class field trips. Although our "main attraction" is the ropes course and zipline, we can offer team building activities, Mini Golf field trip, a Laser Tag field trip or any combination of activities.

Ground Games or Team Building
We dozens of games and activites to build communication and trust skills amongst classmates.  Some of the games include Whale Watch and Alligator Crossing.

Laser Tag
We have high tech taggers and offer various missions that parallel some of the video games students play.

Mini Golf
Our 18 hole putt putt course offers several challenging holes and would take about 45 minutes to complete.

Ropes Course
We can accomodate requests to go on the ropes course only and not the ziplines.  For events such as these, we can lock down the zipline, as long as it is a private venue rental situation and no other customers are intending to zipline.

Ropes Course + Ziplining
There are 70 plus challenges including 3 ziplines to experience on the full course.

We have provided a guide that you can dowlnoad and share with other teachers and parents to plan an educational field trip that features High Trek Adventures.

School Event FAQ

What will a day at High Trek Adventures look like?

When you arrive at High Trek Adventures, your leader will first visit our reception center. Our staff leader will then welcome your group to the park. If you opted for team building activities, we will usually divide into groups and rotate through those field challenges.  For those doing the ropes course, your students (and participating chaperones) will be rotated by group to get harnesses and receive our "ground school" safety briefing (20-40 minutes depending on the size of the group) on how to zipline and climb on our high ropes course. Participants will then have 1-2 hours (depending on package ordered) of developmental team building activities utilizing the “Challenge by Choice” principle. Participants will be given the opportunity to traverse different obstacles of varying difficulty with their classmates. During this time, they will work together to overcome challenges, inspire each other to face fears, and leave with a better understanding of themselves and their peers

Is this educational or recreational?

Both! We provide your school with a “Before the Trip” and an “After the Trip” questionnaire to give your students. This is very helpful to get the students to learn about themselves and their classmates, improve on their teamwork skills, and gain self-confidence which will help them take more risks when they need to do public speaking, creative writing, and scientific experimentation. However, all of this learning will take place while they are having an amazing time. Some will even say it was their best day ever!

Are waivers required for each student?

Yes, waivers are required. We offer a secure electronic waiver solution.  As the event date approaches, the organizer will have access to our waiver management tool and be able to see who has completed their waiver and who has not.  If a few students are still missing waivers on the day of, it is usally not a big deal.  Most parents can quickly complete the waiver from their remote phone, laptop or desktop and it will appear in our system immediately.

Where is High Trek Adventures located?

We are conveniently located at Paine Field Park, 11928 Beverly Park Road, Bldg C, Everett, WA 98296.

Do you require a deposit and when is full payment due?

We request a 50% deposit upon booking, and full payment 7 days in advance of the reservation. We do understand that this doesn’t work for certain schools, and we are happy to work with you.

What if it rains?

We are open rain or shine. If you prefer to reschedule your group due to inclimate weather, we are happy to do so as well.

What do we do about food?

We have picnic tables throughout the park. You are welcome to bring your own lunch, or have food delivered.

Is there a place to park the bus?

Yes. Parking is free and conveniently located on site.

For what grades is the activity appropriate for?

High Trek Adventures is great for grades K-12 as well as college-aged students. Given the diversity of the course, our park is appropriate for everyone from young children to even the most athletic adrenaline junkies (not that those two groups are mutually exclusive). Here is just a small sample of the different schools that have come to our park for field trips.

Northshore Christian Academy – Middle School
Bear Creek - Middle School
Meridian High School - Senior Day Event
North Creek High School - Varsity Football Team
University of Washington - Team Building
Ballard High School - Gymnastics
Juanita High School - Basketball Team
Oregon State University - Equestrian
Meadowdale High School - Wind Ensemble
Our Lady of the Lake - Summer Event
Montessori Schools
Everett Community College - Softball Team


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