Ape Caves National Volcanic Monument Washington

Planning to visit Mount St Helens National Volcanic Monument in Washington State then you must add a visit to Ape Caves Lava tube.  It’s one of our favorite adventures in Pacific North West and is a must stop every time we visit Mt St Helens.  Ape Caves are adventurous, child friendly and little spooky with …

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Hike to Panorama Point at Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park is the most iconic place in State of Washington that is visited by thousands of visitors and locals during all seasons.  Mount Rainier is famous for being an active volcano cloaked with snow and topped with glaciers, surrounded by valleys, mountain ranges, meadows, waterfalls, rivers and a treasure chest for nature …

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View from Seattle Great Wheel

Must Visit Attractions in Seattle, Washington

Seattle, the Emerald City is famous for Gray Skies and drizzling rain. But is that it. Ahh No. There is much more fun and adventures to go on.  Looking at the geography of Seattle, it is located between the saltwater Puget Sound (an arm of the Pacific Ocean) to the west and Lake Washington to …

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Snowshoe Trails at Mount Rainier –Family Hikes

Mount Rainier National Park is a treasure chest in Cascade Range in Pacific North West and is one of the most famous volcanoes on Earth that are in the Ring of Fire. It is consider potentially the most dangerous volcano in the Cascade Range because of its great height, active hydrothermal system, extensive glacier cloak and …

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Washington state International Kite Festival

Washington State International Kite Festival

Have you been to Kite Festival?  Do you know, we do have Washington State International Kite Festival at Long Beach held every year?   It is one of the largest kite festivals in North America. Washington State International Kite Festival is a week long celebration event, with numbers of activities, competition that is held annually in …

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Snowy Hike to Rattlesnake Ledge

Rattlesnake Ledge is very popular hiking spot in North Bend, Washington that takes 45 minutes to an hour drive from Seattle.  It is a mountain Ridge with view point of surrounding mountains in Snoqualmie valley, Rattlesnake lake and North Bend.     View of Rattlesnake Lake from Rattlesnake Ledge top Rattlesnake lake is part of Rattlesnake …

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