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  • Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument

Most residents of Oregon and Washington remember when Mt. St. Helens blew her top. An earthquake in 1980 preceded her eruption, blanketing towns hundreds of miles away in volcanic ash and permanently altering the mountain's face. Plants and animals in the blast zone were destroyed instantly, as were 57 people -- scientists and residents.

Life returned to Mt. St. Helens sooner than experts expected, and today there are once again green trees, guests and squirrels. For the last two decades visitors have been able to visit the volcanic cone and surrounding area for a personal look at the damage and recovery process.

  • Olympia

Located at the south end of the Puget Sound, Olympia, Washington's state capital, is graced with elegant government buildings and gardens. Stroll across carefully groomed lawns for a closer look at the dome on the Capitol. If you're after some fresh air after exploring the inner workings of the State, mosey out to Capitol Lake Park for fun in the water and a picnic on the grass. Or, walk along the harbor for salt air and regular sea gull sightings.

  • Seattle

Seattle's skyline is at its best when the sun begins to sink into Puget Sound. The harbor takes on the colors of sunset and glass office buildings grow bright with blinding intensity before night descends on the city, revealing the Space Needle's graceful silhouette. Seattle is a cosmopolitan city - the modern coffee craze was born here in this bustling commercial port city. Today, the arts thrive in Seattle and outdoor pursuits are an integral part of city life. Seattle is sophisticated yet earthy, a mix of martini's, urban-hip, runners and Recreational Equipment Inc.(REI), headquartered here. While the proliferation of downtown parks means that a stretch of grass is never far away, Seattle's infamous rain sometimes drives the public indoors to the numerous educational and entertaining attractions that make Seattle such a great destination.

  • Tacoma

Located just west of the Puget Sound's bear claw-like protrusion into Washington lands, Tacoma has waterfront views in addition to a fine selection of parks and cultural offerings. Port Defiance Park, north of Tacoma's center, sprawls out on 700 acres of land jutting into the Puget Sound. While the park's proximity to civilization limits natural wildlife spotting, a zoo and aquarium allows visitors to choose between tigers and sharks in a controlled environment. Arts flourish in the Seattle-Tacoma area. Stop in at the Museum of Glass, then, when glassy-eyed, head over to the Tacoma Art Museum or Washington State History Museum for a little variety. Outdoor enthusiasts will be pleased to know that Tacoma is within easy driving distance from both Mt Rainier National Park and Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument.

  • Yakima

Sunny Yakima sprawls around the confluence of the Naches and Yakima Rivers. The tawny, dry hills that surround the city belie the fertility of the area. Central Washington's commercial hub, Yakima's climate and rich soil enable an extended growing season. Apples, pears, peaches, grapes, apricots, cherries, mint and hops are produced in Yakima, and then shipped on nationally. A number of wineries are open for tastings a short way out of Yakima. If you're after rather some physical activity, the rivers are the place. Stop in at Eschbach Park, rent an inner tube and kick back for a float down the Naches. Or, do some catch-and-release fishing in Yakima River Canyon for rainbow trout and a spin around in a ski boat.

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Canadian BorderWe offer a break from the ordinary. With magnificent natural scenery, skiing and snowboarding at Mt. Baker, hiking, arts and theatre, charming villages and water adventures like whale watching – Bellingham Whatcom County is a unique area of Washington state. Visit our website to plan your trip.
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WesternLooking to explore the best of Western Washington? Located on I-5, about halfway between Portland and Seattle, our region offers you the perfect vacation base camp. With the ocean, mountains (Rainier, St. Helens and the Olympic National Forest) and major metropolitan cities less then 90 minutes away, you are able to explore the area in all directions from one economical central location.
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