Olympic National Park

Peninsulas & Coast
In the northwest corner of the state on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Park offers fairytale-esque scenery. Think fog-soaked old-growth forests, snow-capped peaks, and a rugged tide pool–lined coast. Anchored by the…
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Mt. St. Helens

Cowlitz, The Volcanoes
Located east of Castle Rock, on State Route 504, the Mount St. Helens Forest Learning Center fast-tracks geology and history lessons. Inside, exhibits include the “eruption chamber,” where visitors can experience…
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Beacon Rock

Skamania, The Gorge
A dizzying mile-long switchback trail takes you up 848-foot Beacon Rock, but that’s not the only way to a tip-top experience. Rock climbing and hiking to waterfalls are the rage…
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Lincoln Park

“Lincoln Park is West Seattle’s major multi-purpose park – a nose-shaped bluff on Puget Sound just north of the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal. Switchbacks on the north and gentle trails to…
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