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National Forests
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National Parks
Mount Rainier
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North Cascades

National Recreation Areas
Lake Chelan
Mt Baker
Ross Lake

National Wilderness Areas
Alpine Lakes
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Goat Rocks
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Pasayten
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Scenic Drives
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North Cascades Hwy
Snoqualmie Pass
Stephen Mather Memorial Parkway
Stevens Pass

Scenic Sights
Snoqualmie Falls

Ski Areas
Crystal Mountain
Echo Valley
Loup Loup
Methow Valley
Mission Ridge
Mt. Baker
Mt Tahoma
Powder Cats
Sitzmark Lifts
Stevens Pass
Summit at Snoqualmie
Sun Mountain
White Pass


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Washington Cascades
Visitor Information

The Washington Cascades are part of the Cascade Mountain Range which extends from British Columbia to California and is dominated by several snow-capped volcanoes, two national parks, dozens of wilderness areas and millions of acres of forest.

The volcanoes in Washington are, from north to south, Mount Baker (10,775'), Glacier Peak (10,541'), Mount Rainier (14,411'), Mount Adams (12,276') and Mount St. Helens (8,366').

VISITOR INFORMATION

Cascade Relief Maps

Washington State Mountain Pass Report
While some mountain passes are kept open all year round (Snoqualmie, Stevens, White), all are subject to winter snows and temporary closure due to problems such as weather and avalanches. Chains might be required. This web site provides seasonal reports on Washington State's mountain pass highways.

Washington Wilderness Campaign. 305 N. 83rd Street, Seattle, WA 98103. Phone: 206-633-1992.

The Washington Wilderness Campaign is a broad alliance of conservation, recreation, angling, religious and other grassroots organizations dedicated to permanently protecting roadless and wild public land across Washington State.

ACTIVITIES

Alpine Adventure's Wild & Scenic River Tours
Offers whitewater rafting or relaxing river floats through spectacular scenery with family, friends, and groups. Trips on any of 10 rivers in Washington's Cascade Mountains. Washington State Licensed.

Washington Trails Association
Information and tips for Northwest hikers, including a growing list of Trail Reviews contributed by online users, flora and fauna guides, backcountry kitchen and more.

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