Take a Tram Ride through a Wildlife Park | Visit Rainier
Elk herd in the foreground with a tram at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in the background

Take a Tram Ride through a Wildlife Park

Bundle up for a 55-minute tram ride and view native Northwest animals in their lush winter coats at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Eatonville. The tram tours the 435-acre free-roaming area of the park. Spot bison, caribous, elk, mountain goats, deer, and even moose as you meander through the park. Some animals come right up to the tram for an up, close, and personal viewing. Afterward, take time to walk the forested pathways to view bears, wolves, bobcats, lynx, cougars, owls, eagles, and other wetland animals in beautiful natural exhibits. Get more information, directions, and details, at Northwest Trek.

Here’s how to explore the park with your admission ticket.

  • Take a Discovery Tram Tour in the Free-Roaming Area to meet moose, bison, and more. Free with admission. Seating limited. LEARN MORE
  • Explore the animal walking paths on foot to meet grizzlies, cougar, and more. LEARN MORE
  • Kids’ Trek playground and the Forest Cafe are open!
  • Cabins, Zip Wild, and the picnic pavilion are closed.

Meet the wildlife at Northwest Trek

Take a tram ride and see wildlife at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park