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Prosser, Washington

Drive 254.6  miles • 7 hours, 39 minutes

Ready to be whisked away by the natural beauty of northwest Washington? Start your tour in Woodinville, a lovely small town packed with local wineries, breweries and restaurants, and finish your trip with a stop in the wonderful small town of Bellingham. In between, you’ll get a taste of the wild side of the Evergreen State.



1. Woodinville

Starting Point • Food, Nature, Shopping

Relax and enjoy the small-town charm and scenic views of Woodinville. The Sammamish River Valley is home to a number of wineries, craft breweries and distilleries, where you can sample a variety of delectable drinks. Dine at one of the many elegant restaurants where farm-to-table menus are found, then visit a farm or market to shop for fresh local goods.



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2. Snohomish County

48.3 miles, 1 hour, 31 minutes • Nature, Outdoor Recreation

The snowy peaks of the Cascade Mountains jut high in the sky over Snohomish County, providing a majestic backdrop for this region. Take the Stevens Pass Greenway or the Mountain Loop Scenic Drive for an up-close-and-personal view of the stunning scenery. The Puget Sound and rolling rivers are jewels to top off this beautiful bounty. Take a hike, paddle a raft or relax on a sandy beach, watching the wildlife.


3. Skagit County

94.4 miles, 3 hours, 9 minutes • Entertainment, Nature, Outdoor Recreation

From jagged seashores to rocky mountaintops, Skagit County offers an abundance of spectacular outlooks. Wildlife enthusiasts will have a hard time deciding what to do first, whether it’s watching the skies for the bald eagles that soar overhead or hitting the waters to watch for visiting orcas. Visit in April to experience the blooming of the annual Tulip Festival.



4. Anacortes

71.2 miles, 2 hours, 13 minutes • Nature, Outdoor Recreation

Anacortes is a quintessential seaside town, with sapphire waters and boat-filled harbors. Visitors can use this town as a jumping-off point for exploring the picturesque San Juan Islands, or you can stay and explore all that Anacortes offers. From hiking and biking trails to tide pool exploration, you will find adventure here. Head off Fidalgo Island with a visit to the stunning Deception Pass State Park, where an iconic bridge stretches over the waterway.


5. Bellingham

40.7 miles, 46 minutes • Entertainment, Food, Nature, Outdoor Recreation, Shopping

From small-town streets to wooded trails, there are many wonderful ways to explore Bellingham. Spend an afternoon shopping and dining in the charming Fairhaven Historic District before taking in a show at Mount Baker Theatre, an architectural gem. You can also find interesting museums and fun festivals. Hit the town parks for views of blue lakes ringed by towering pines, or take a hike to the roaring waters of Whatcom Falls or Nooksack Falls.