13 Top Tourist Attractions in Washington State - Travel Guide
Travel Guide - 13 Top Tourist Attractions in Washington State:
Bellingham, Hurricane Ridge, Leavenworth, Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Mount Rainier National Park, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, North Cascades National Park, Olympic National Park and the Hoh Rain Forest, San Juan Islands, Seattle Downtown, Spokane, Tacoma Museums, Washington State Capitol Building
Washington State Vacation Rental Cabin near Stevens Pass on Skykomish River in Cascade Moutains
A Riverside Retreat is a Vacation Rental Cabin in Index, WA with fantastic views. Only one hour from Seattle and 30 minutes from Stevens Pass just off Highway 2 on the Cascade Loop. Rental home features 2 bedrooms (1 King, 1 Queen) with luxury mattresses and linens, 1 full bath, giant yard, covered outdoor gazebo with fireplace, gas grill, cable TV, Wireless Internet, DVD library, Wii console and games, board games, stereo and more. Fully equipped kitchen, complementary coffee and popcorn. Perfect escape for a couple, small family, or two couples. Rates $149 per night.
Washington State Wine and Lake Country - Woodmark Hotel - Travel in 10 Podcast
On this edition of the Travel in 10 Podcast we visit the Woodmark Hotel, by Destination Hotels & Resorts. It is located about 25 minutes from downtown Seattle, but feels like it is hours away with an upscale beach resort vibe.
It is located right on the shore of Lake Washington and has a wide variety of activities such as kayaking, jet skis, ski boats and stand up paddle boards all that can be rented just outside the hotel.
The rooms have recently been renovated and have a great water view. The hotel also has a number of great quirky amenities like their Raid the Pantry feature, essentially a free night-time extensive snack bar for guests in the lobby, or the hotel resident dog, a black lab you can take out for a jog on the lake.
Their signature restaurant Bin on the Lake features an extensive collection of regional wines, on tap, meaning you can sample a wide variety of high quality wines by the glass. They also have an excellent spa on site.
The location also make this an ideal jumping off point to explore some of the nearby wineries of Washington in nearby Woodinville or the galleries and shops in upscale Kirkland. We will be taking you to visit Chateau St. Michelle Winery and then finishing off the tour at the Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour.
This trip makes a great weekend away from Vancouver, BC, Victoria, BC or Portland, Oregon.
© David Brodie - travelin10.com
Washington State Travel Guide
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Washington State Travel - Discovery 1 - YouTube
Our April 2013 Washington State discovery trip was to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, everything else on this trip would be a bonus. And what bonuses they turned out to be, like the giant flock of snow geese just miles from the tulip festival...
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US 2 Washington State between Spokane and Leavenworth
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Leavenworth Zip Lines - High Flying Adventure in Washington State!
If you’re looking for a fun and exhilarating family-friendly zip lining experience, visit Leavenworth Zip Lines located in the evergreen forests of the Cascade Mountains. With 8 zip lines, 2 suspension bridges, and a double-decker platform perched nearly 200 feet above the valley floor, zip lining here provides thrills and excitement on a whole new level. Learn more at leavenworth.org/experience/ziplines
Travels in Washington state
Diversity of culture and climates make this a wonderous state with so much to see around every bend. Ocean to desert, mountain to wide canyons. The people have a close stewardship and respect for this special place. Not only can you have fun but you meet many gifted and unique individuals with surprising intellect and ingenuity whether in a city or out in the still remaining wilds of two great mountain ranges the Olympics and the Cascades.
Explore Lake Wenatchee & Plain, WA
Nestled in a valley in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, sits Lake Wenatchee and the small town of Plain, Washington. Plain is located in North Central Washington and is only 14 miles north of the Bavarian Village of Leavenworth. It’s surrounded by forested hills, mountains, and water and is the perfect place for a quiet relaxing retreat or an adventurous day of outdoor recreation.
Washington State, USA: Scenic State Road 20 to North Cascades
State Road 20 branches east of I-5 going to North Cascades National Park. It traverses a rural landscape of farms, forests, cattle ranches and small towns like Lyman and Hamilton. Approaching the National Park SR 20 follows the course of the Skagit river, with far views of the snowed-capped mountains in the Cascades range.