Interactive Tours

Help support Blue Mountain Wolves by booking a tour!

See • Learn • Interact

Come witness the beauty of these majestic animals up close and personal on the Blue Mountain Wolves interactive tour. Immerse yourself in a captivating 2-hour experience where you’ll have the opportunity to encounter our remarkable pack of 27 resident wolfdogs. Gain valuable insights into the world of wolves and wolfdogs, while also enjoying the chance to interact with some of our residents. Join us for an unforgettable adventure that combines education, awe-inspiring encounters, and a deep appreciation and reverence for these extraordinary animals and their habitat.


Adult: $135

Child (11 and under): $85

* Minimum age for interaction is 12 years old.

* Maximum of 10 people per tour.

* If you have a group larger than 10 peopleplease contact us directly to make special arrangements. 

Length of Tour:

Approximately 2 hours.

Starting in the parking area, our knowledgeable team will greet you and provide a brief introduction to the sanctuary’s rules. As we journey through the entire sanctuary, we’ll happily address any queries you may have and share captivating stories about the sanctuary and its remarkable residents.

The tour concludes with an engaging 30-minute interactive session featuring some of our incredible wolfdogs.



Tour Location:

Blue Mountain Wolves Sanctuary in Port Angeles, WA (Sanctuary address will be provided after bookings are made).


*All tours require advanced booking as we are NOT open to the public and the sanctuary is located behind locked gates with surveillance cameras throughout the property. 

What You Need To Know

  • This is a walking tour.

  • Tours run in the snow, rain, and sunshine. Temperatures can range from 15 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter to 95 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer, so please check weather forecasts for the area before arriving.


  • Bring your camera as there will be opportunities for photo taking when permitted by your guide. *PLEASE NO LARGE CAMERA EQUIPMENT (Photo tours coming soon)




  • This tour, unfortunately, is not wheelchair accessible at this time. (If you have someone in your party who requires a wheelchair, please contact us directly to see if we can arrange an alternative option)

  • If you are traveling in an RV or with a trailer, please call us to make prior arrangements for parking as space is limited. 


  • You will be allowed in with some of the resident wolfdogs, however we never force the animals to interact. The level of interaction is up to individual animals.

Sanctuary Rules

Please keep in mind when visiting, that you are visiting a wolfdog sanctuary. Our utmost priority is safeguarding the well-being of our wolfdogs. These magnificent creatures have had unfortunate encounters with humans before finding solace in our sanctuary, and as a result, they can exhibit fear towards people they do not know. Given their heightened sensitivity compared to regular dogs, we kindly request that you adhere to the following rules during your visit to ensure the uninterrupted tranquility of our wolfdogs.


No pets are allowed at any time on the grounds of Blue Mountain Wolves Sanctuary, including service animals and animals left in vehicles. The sensitive nature of the wolfdogs makes it highly disruptive to have other animals, especially dogs, on-site. Should we notice an animal in your vehicle, we will ask you to leave the Sanctuary immediately. Please make prior arrangements for your animals if traveling with them.


Children under 18 years of age must always be accompanied by a legal guardian when visiting Blue Mountain Wolves Sanctuary. We kindly request that children refrain from running, wandering, or behaving loudly on our Sanctuary grounds. To ensure a stress-free environment for our wolfdogs, it is important to monitor children at all times and keep them close by. We greatly appreciate your cooperation in respecting our policies, as any parent, guardian, or child not adhering to them will be asked to leave.


Dogs are attuned to the energy and emotional states of people, wolves and wolfdogs however possess an even heightened sensitivity to this. The tranquility maintained during our tours directly influences the composure of all the wolfdogs on-site, making it more likely for them to approach fence lines for better viewing. Thus, we ask all visitors to arrive in and maintain a calm and peaceful energy or demeanor while visiting the Sanctuary.

Dress Code

We are located in the mountains of the PNW and you will be outside for your entire visit. Depending on the season, day temperatures can range from 15°F – 95°F, so please check the weather forecast and dress accordingly. We also ask that you not wear any fur, this includes faux fur or large amounts of leather i.e. jackets, or pants.


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