Adventures

We specialize in getting people outside, active, and engaged. Through mountain bike classes or snowshoe tours, we'll help you explore the PNW.

Corporate Events

Active adventures designed to get your team outside, laughing, and exploring new territory, both literally and figuratively.

Rentals

High End Full Suspension and Hardtail mountain bikes delivered to your trailhead. We even have Snowshoes and Skibyks available in the Winter.

World Class Experiences That Get People Outside, Active, and Engaged.

what we believe

Risk Taking

'Life is either a daring adventure
or nothing at all'
Helen Keller

Outdoors

'Wilderness is not a luxury
but necessity of the human spirit.'
Edward Abbey

Authenticity

'The privilege of a lifetime is
to become who you truly are.'
C.G. Jung

Sense of Adventure

'Never say 'no' to adventures. Always say 'yes'or you'll lead a very dull life.'
Ian Fleming

Helping adults act like kids again

The Leadership Team

  • Luke Talbott

    The founder, Luke Talbott, was teaching fifth grade in the…

  • Tom Clark

    Tom Clark grew up exploring the country side of North…

  • Jennifer Curd

    Living in the Snoqualmie Valley, Jennifer takes advantage of all…

  • Riley Seebeck

    Adventure is inherently subjective. Riley's passion is to capture your…

The Compass Team

upcoming events

  • The art of jumping with Ben Verde

    Join us for The Art of Jumping talk with Ben Verde Ben is a local Wingsuit Flyer and Parachuter. Through grueling miles and hours of hiking mountains, he pursues uncharted…
  • Women’s Clothing and Gear Swap with SheJumps

    Gather some of that gear and/or clothing that is getting a bit dusty in your closet and share it with other ladies! Whether it's hiking, biking, climbing, skiing gear or…
  • DirtBag Screening and DruBru Beer Takeover

    August 18th 5:00pm-7:00pm. Fred Beckey is the original American “Dirtbag” climber whose name has evoked mystery, adulation and vitriol since the 1940s. Beckey’s stubborn, singular quest to conquer peaks meant…

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