Seattle, Washington is one of the crown jewels of the Pacific Northwest. White settlers arrived at the edge of Puget Sound in the early 1850s and soon established a small village in what is now commonly known as the Pioneer Square district in the modern city of Seattle. The pioneers shared the area with Native American tribes and named the city after a Duwanish tribe
The Pacific Northwest is packed with popular destinations, ranging from natural wonders like Mount Hood to urban eateries like Voodoo Doughnut. However, if you’re looking to break away from the typical tourist spots, explore these 7 hidden gem destinations in the Pacific Northwest today. #1. Ape Cave If you want a true underground adventure, look no further than Ape Caves on the south side of Mount St.
Designated as both a World Heritage Site and an International Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations, Olympic National Park combines temperate rainforest, glaciated mountain peaks, and coastal ecosystems to create a nature experience you’ll never forget. The park encompasses nearly one million acres and over 70 miles of coastline, which is an impossible amount of ground to cover in one visit. Whether you enjoy hiking or camping,
Here in Washington State, we’re known for our breathtaking mountain ranges, our diverse National Parks, the beauty of the Puget Sound, and of course, our healthy amount of rainfall. Whether we like the quantity of precipitation or not, we can all admit that it leads to some seriously gorgeous greenery and fantastic waterfalls. We have no shortage of falls, and you can find them in
We woke up early Saturday morning, excited and ready to hit the road for the Olympic Peninsula. We had our ROAMERICA campervan packed the night before, carefully making sure all was accounted for and carefully together. We had tons of food, games, cards, music and of course a little whiskey for those cold coastal nights. Our destination was La Push beach in Forks, WA, and although