Expert Travel Advice to Washington

Top Answers To Washington Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Take a few days to escape the city and make a beeline for Olympic National Park, one of the country's most diverse landscapes. With so many options on tap, here are a couple of links from Away.com's sister site, GORP.com, to get you started: http://gorp.away.com/gorp/location/wa/ww_seattle.htm, http://gorp.away.com/gorp/resource/us_national_park/wa_olymp.htm. For something a little special, hike the Hoh Rain Forest Trail to the quietest spot in the Lower 48 (www.onesquareinch.org for details, including hike directions). Warning: it'll make it hard to return to the East Coast's din!
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    Anonymous user answered:
    There are many places in Washington in which one may enjoy the snow, including areas within Olympic, Cascade, Blue and Selkirk mountains. Also, Washington has some of the best state parks in the country. Here's a link to the Washington State Parks website: http://bit.ly/7Eyis5
  • Anonymous user answered:
    La Push, Ocean Shores, Alki Beach, Copalis Beach.
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    Geoff answered:
    Do not forget everything the Northwest has to offer: the San Juans or Whidbey Island (breathtaking - great B&B's), Anacortes (the home for whale watching and guided kayak trips - if you can't make the San Juan Islands), at the Space Needle - see the new Chihuly Center; Tacoma - lots to do and close-up of Mount Rainier; Yakima Valley (wine tasting); White Pass or Chinook Pass (high in Alp-like Mountains); Mount Rainier National Park. That's just the tip of the iceberg. The reading was accurate -- there's so much to do, just in Seattle. Kayaking? On Lake Washington. See the Sound Experience (near the Space Needle). Ride the Duck (fun), Tour the Puget Sound - ride a ferry. You just can't go wrong: we are lucky to spend a lifetime in this area.

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