North Cascades National Park has some of the best camping in Washington state, as well as the most memorable treks within its namesake mountain range. Spend a night at Sahale Glacier Camp before setting out on the best trails in North Cascades National Park such as the 43-mile Devil's Dome loop. For a day hike in the North Cascades, take a look at the Chain Lakes Loop. These North Cascades hikes should be a part of any hiker's trip to Seattle, only a three hour drive away.
North Cascades National Park, Washington
Travel by boat to a 7.2-mile loop in the North Cascades that features vibrant wildflowers, a rocky overlook above Lake Chelan, and a 300-foot waterfall.
This lifelist trip packs in two adventures: an outrageously scenic ferry ride and a remote 14-mile out-and-back hike in Lake Chelan National Recreation Area.
This 25-mile point-to-point in North Cascades National Park weaves past electric wildflower displays and climbs to an airy, 6,525-foot alpine pass.
Come for the sheer, glaciated peaks, but be mesmerized by rain-fed waterfalls that pour down on all sides along this weeklong trip in North Cascades National Park.