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    Camped at Sahale Glacier Camp


Go Wild in Washington

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Adventure awaits across Washington state! As you’re planning your holiday for an Alaskan cruise, with Seattle as your home base, be sure to book enough time either before or after your cruise to explore the magnificent wild places in Washington. The bustling city of Seattle gives way to mossy old-growth forests, rocky coastlines, majestic mountains, wildflower-laden meadows, roaring rivers, jewels of islands, and more. No wonder it’s called the Evergreen State! With three national parks boasting wonderful wilderness, an archipelago of 172 islands surrounded by Puget Sound, internationally known as the Salish Sea, and long stretches of Pacific Coast beaches, Washington is the place to truly embrace the great outdoors in all its natural splendour.

Pike place market Mount Rainier National Park - credit Visit Rainier
Pike place market Diablo Lake – Subbu Kukke – North Cascades National Park
Pike place market Bicyclists on San Juan Islands by Mark Gardner
Pike place market Hurricane Ridge Olympic National Park
Pike place market Ruby Beach – Olympic Peninsula

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Dec 17, 2018

One Square Inch The Olympic National Park is a pristine million-acre UNESCO World Heritage site – pure wilderness acclaimed for it diversity of eco-systems. Visit ocean front lodges, beaches pounded by the powerful Pacific waves and alpine mountains clad in glaciers that also create the dramatic backcloth to Seattle.  The park is thick set with … Continue reading NEWS SHORTS
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Dec 17, 2018

Here is a selection of the best…. Pike Place Market Pike Place Market, located in the heart of downtown Seattle,opened in August 1907 and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers markets in the United States. It is home to over 600 small independent businesses providing stalls ranging from arts and crafts to … Continue reading Seattle sizzles with sumptuous shopping
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Dec 17, 2018

Visitors may be acquainted  with the delicious wines served in Seattle’s thriving and fast growing restaurants and bars, but if you delve deeper into the state you’ll find close to 950 individual wine makers, many of which are small, personal producers with great stories to tell, centered around the Walla Walla, Yakima and Tri-Cities valleys. Set … Continue reading The Winelands of Washington
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