Issaquah and the Snoqualmie Valley offer guests the Pacific Northwest’s experience with historic Main Streets, and hyper-local authentic shopping and dining some of the state’s most sought-after hiking and mountain biking trails.
Spend the day in the Columbia River Gorge and you will see first-hand the breathtaking beauty that visitors have raved about for years. Simply follow Highway 14 for arguably one of the most scenic drives in the country.
Spend a weekend in the Tri-Cities you will discover why the Heart of Washington Wine Country was named the “New West Coast Wine Country” by CNN Travel—whether you’re a wine novice or a seasoned aficionado.
Kitsap Peninsula ~ The Natural Side of Puget Sound
You can’t beat the Kitsap Peninsula for natural beauty. The beaches, mountain views, and forests will leave you breathless, plus you may see plenty of bald eagles, great blue herons, and harbor seals as you explore. But there’s a sophisticated side, too, with world-class museums, gardens, and golf courses. And, if you love craft-made beer and locally sourced food, you’ll be delighted with the array of microbreweries and delicious eateries. Click on www.VisitKitsap.com for more information!
Embark on a learning adventure where the Corps of Discovery spent 18 harrowing days while realizing Jefferson’s cross-continent quest to reach the Pacific Ocean. See landscapes little changed in 200 years and others altered by human development. Visit key Lewis and Clark sites that commemorate and teach this important U.S. history. Edutourism at its best!
Connect the dots with visits to iconic roadside attractions, ‘Instagrammable’ hidden gems, quirky curiosities, and more photo ops that are unique to the southwestern most corner of Washington State. This itinerary takes in many of the coastal villages and is particularly great for first-time visitors.
Spring in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest is not complete without a visit to the iconic Mount Rainier National Park and the wonderful attractions which surround it. Go Wild at Northwest Trek and experience breathtaking waterfalls, hike or snowshoe through groves of old-growth forests and see the world’s most unique iron sculpture park. All within just a few short hours drive of Seattle and Tacoma, Washington. What are you waiting for? Let’s go!
Immerse yourself in the heart of the Mt. St. Helens Blast Zone and experience the stark contrast between the lush old-growth forest and the blown-down forest. Get up close and personal with the volcanic crater and Spirit Lake, then take a drive through some of the most pristine backcountry Washington State has to offer.