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    Mount St Helens Volcanic Crater

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Amazing National Parks, Coast and Islands

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Surrounding the gateway City of Seattle in all directions lie the most amazing National Parks, coast, islands and superb natural scenery.

The dramatic crater of Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument (above) can be approached from three directions.

Pike place market Mount Rainier National Park
Pike place market Ruby Beach, Olympic National Park
Pike place market North Cascades National Park - Andy Porter
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News

Apr 26, 2017

Pike Place Market, for many the heart and soul of Seattle, opens a £57 million extension of three quarters of an acre on 29 June this year. Extending this world famous farmers market will broaden the attraction of Seattle’s beautiful seafront to visitors and sightseers. Pike Place Market opened in August 1907 and is one … Continue reading Seattle’s Pike Place Market to be extended read more >

Mar 24, 2017

Seattle and Washington State are the sparkling city and wilderness settings for many TV series and films. In particular, this year, Twin Peaks returns to Sky TV in May after 21 years’ absence – still directed by David Lynch and with most of the original cast. Film sites for Twin Peaks are only two hours … Continue reading Stars of Film and TV shine in Seattle and Washington State read more >

Mar 23, 2017

Cruising from Seattle offers much more than a gateway for cruises to Alaska. Small ship cruising is growing as travellers seek more unique experiences and more intimate journeys in the Pacific Northwest. “On small ship sailings, travellers visit inlets, channels and smaller ports, and see Puget Sound’s marine wildlife up close, said Ron Peck, Port … Continue reading Seattle sails serenely into superb small ship cruising read more >