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So many outdoor opportunities await in Washington State, and we’ll try our best to give you as many suggestions as possible. Kelso, Washougal, and Vancouver are outdoor meccas, and we’re about to tell you why. Set in southern Washington along the Columbia River, these cities feature great fishing and boating – all just west of the Mount St. Helens Volcanic Monument.
Dry-land activities thrive along the Columbia River too, thanks to the miles of hiking, biking, and ATV trails, and stops like Beacon Rock State Park. All just miles from the Washington Coast, southern Washington is a scenic escape for those looking to explore outdoor Evergreen State. Set in eastern Washington, two hours southwest of Spokane, Othello and Moses Lake feature more outdoor fun. Visit the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge for fishing and hiking, or take advantage of the nearby Potholes State Park.
More outdoor recreation comes in the form of mountain biking, city cycling, and aquatic adventure like sea kayaking in the Puget Sound, fishing in Lake Roosevelt, and white-water rafting on the Wenatchee River. Winter in Washington is hard to top. Whether you’re exploring the ski areas of the Wenatchee National Forest, playing around the Echo Valley Ski Area, or looking for Nordic skiing at Iron Horse State Park, Washington’s winter spots are sure to deliver.
And for you mountaineers, don’t miss the Five Peak Pins – Washington’s top five peaks for explorers, featuring Mt. Rainier, Mt. Adams, Mt. Baker, Glacier Peak, and Mt. Olympus in the Olympic National Park. On-your-feet fun is waiting in Washington.