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June 10, 2012 at 10:08 AM

New adventure outdoors show debuts in Seattle March 16-17, 2013

It is never too early to think far ahead, but we all know how fast time flies.

There will be a new outdoors show coming to town next year as dates were finalized for for the Northwest Outdoor Adventure Expo on March 16-17 at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall.

The news release of the show produced by Golf Shows and Events West highlights it as Washington’s only event for those interested in unique outdoor experiences, the latest adventure gear or unique destination options.

Showgoers will find information on adrenaline-pumping adventures from white water rafting to zip lining – water sports to base jumping.

“Our audience includes both passionate enthusiasts and those just starting out. It will be the definitive event of its kind in the area,” the show’s co-producer John Tipping said in a news release. “This event will be an opportunity to shop for the latest products, meet face-to-face with guides and travel providers, and learn about the latest trends in fitness and nutrition in preparation for outdoor adventures.”

Tipping anticipates a packed line-up of exhibitors offering gear previews and services for biking, hiking, running, climbing, camping, kayaking and rafting enthusiasts, to name a few. Adventure tour operators and travel destinations in the U.S. and Canada will be well represented.

The show will feature activities and demonstrations inside the Exhibition Hall and on the Seattle Center grounds, including mountaineering, camping, canoes and kayaks, outdoor apparel, outdoor clubs, dive shops, rafting companies and more.

Show hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday (March 16); and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday (March 17).

Cost will be $15 for adults (or two for $20); $5 for ages 13-17; and free for kids 12 and under.

For more information visit the

2013 Northwest Outdoor Adventure Expo website.

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