Remote North Cascades National Park - Best Parks Ever - 4346
As seen on Travel Channel. You'll be blown away by 9,000 ft. peaks at the remote, North Cascades National Park. It has more than half the glaciers in the lower 48 states.
You can see North Cascades National Park by driving through it on the Cascade Loop, on Highway 20 to the Diablo Dam. If you head east, you'll see the 22 miles long, Ross Lake Overlook, which is a great fishing spot for rainbow trout.
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Cascade Loop Scenic Highway - Best Washington Road Trip
The Cascade Loop Scenic Highway is the best Washington road trip! Just a short distance from Seattle, this 440-mile route takes you to small towns like Leavenworth, Manson, Winthrop, and Mazama. The scenery on this drive is unrivaled, as you pass beautiful mountains on Highway 20 in the North Cascades National Park. So for the ultimate road trip adventure, put the Cascade Loop Scenic Highway on your list! In this video, we'll also highlight places to stay along the drive.
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North Cascades National Park
North Cascades National Park, located near the city of Mount Vernon, Washington, is based around and named after the mountain range that runs through the center of the park: the North Cascades. North Cascades National Park is the 33rd National Park in the United States, designated on October 2nd, 1968. Abundant plant and animal species populate the park at every turn, all part of an ecosystem unique to the park. Learn more about North Cascades National Park by watching this video!
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A Day at North Cascades National Park - Washington, U.S.A - October 2016
North Cascades scenic highway and pass overlook.
48.526113, -120.649656 on Google Maps. This has been in my own back yard and I didn't even know about it. Some of the best mountain views around.
Sahale Arm | North Cascades
Sahale Arm is a beautiful and steep hike in the North Cascades of Washington.
Hidden Lake Lookout (North Cascades National Park)
Hidden Lake looking South to East. [6900' Summit] Climbed August 15, 2016.
Washington State Route 16 - Eastbound
A drive on Washington's SR 16. Eastbound from Olympic Drive to Interstate 5. Includes crossing the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
Florida to Alaska and Back Via Bicycle: Day 86. Old Blewett Pass Summit. Wenatchee National Forest.
September 14th, 2009.
We climbed up about 6 miles from U.S. 97 heading south through the Wenatchee National Forest towards Cle Elum.
HISTORICAL PLACES OF WASHINGTON STATE,U S A IN GOOGLE EARTH PART TWO ( 2/2 )
HISTORICAL PLACES OF WASHINGTON STATE,U S A PART TWO (2/2)
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1. SPACE NEEDLE,SEATTLE 47°37'13.72N 122°20'57.38W
2. ST.PAUL'S CATHEDRAL,YAKEEMA 46°35′46″N 120°31′31″W
3. FORT WORDEN,PORT TOWNSEND 48.139753°N 122.76586°W
4. ZOO PARK,TACOMA 47°18'18.59N 122°31'15.12W
5. PEACE ARCH,BLAINE 49° 0'7.58N 122°45'23.52W
6. ST.JAMES CATHEDRAL,SEATTLE 47°36'27.28N 122°19'33.88W
7. MOUNTAIN ADAMS 46°12'19.23N 121°29'38.60W
8. MUSEUM OF FLIGHT,SEATTLE 47°31'9.37N 122°17'53.66W
9. CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT LIGHTHOUSE,ILWACO 46°16'32.70N 124° 3'7.83W
10. STATE HISTORY MUSEUM,TACOMA 47°14'41.39N 122°26'10.96W
11. FORT COLUMBIA STATE PARK,CHINOOK 46° 15′ 36″ N, 123° 55′ 8″ W
12. PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER,SEATTLE 47°37'10.75N 122°21'6.04W
13. ROMAN CATHEDRAL,SPOKANE 47°39′30″N 117°25′42″W
14. BOEING CLINIC,EVERETT 47°56'6.80N 122°16'52.16W
15. PALOUSE WATERFALLS,LACROSSE 46°39'47.77N 118°13'26.45W
16. LARGEST WOODDEN DOME ARENA,TACOMA 47°14'12.10N 122°25'37.12W
17. GIANT PAPER PLANE,MUKILTEO 47°53'33.52N 122°17'54.36W
18. STEVENS PASS MOUNTAIN RESORT,SKYKOMISH 47°44'18.99N 121° 5'36.91W
19. JIMI HENDRIX MEMORIAL,RENTON 47°29'11.46N 122°10'26.43W
20. MOUNT BAKER,GLACIER (10,778 FT) 48°46'35.39N 121°49'29.87W
21. WOODLAND PARK ZOO,SEATTLE 47°40'6.39N 122°21'2.16W
22. MARYHILL ART MUSEUM,KLICKITAT 45°40'39.13N 120°51'53.31W
Camping in Winthrop Washington, Cascade Mountains
We are camping in the beautiful Cascade Mountains in Washington State. Our family adventure through the Cascade Loop begins with spending a few days in Winthrop, Wa. Winthrop is an old mining town with lots to see and do. We also visited the Winthrop National Fish Hatchery and the Shafer Museum. We camped at the local KOA in Winthrop and when tubing down the Methow river. Lots a fun !
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Ruby Mountain summit panorama
Over Labor Day Weekend 2017 Duane Gilliland and I escaped the maddening smoke for two beautiful days in the North Cascades, summiting Ruby Mountain in the process. This is a 360° pan of the view from the summit, in my opinion one of the greatest views in America.
Emerald Pools South Yuba River drone flyover July 2019 CA - HD 4K
The South Fork of the Yuba River has beautiful pools of clear water pouring over huge granite boulders. This part of the river can be found at an area just below Lake Spaulding. This is a popular hiking area with numerous swimming holes. This is a popular destination during the warmer months when the water flow is slow and warm. All of this area is very rugged, requiring caution and good foot wear. There is private land in the area so watch for signs.
I had to get up early and get there before all of the hikers and swimmers. Unfortunately, the lighting was not perfect, but I had to do with what I was given. It is much better to not have a bunch of people in the shot.
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Latitude: 39°19'7.92N Longitude: 120°39'27.13W
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Lookout Mountain Lookout
October 5, 2014. Skagit County Washington. There's more than one Lookout Mountain, this is the one near Marblemount. To get to the trailhead, drive the North Cascades Highway WA SR 20 into the east side of Marblemount, then turn off on Cascade River Road over the Skagit on a suspension bridge and find the trailhead 7 miles from there.
This great but challenging hike leading to a historic lookout is right on the edge of the North Cascades National Park; this same trailhead leads to Monogram Lake within the park.
I was fortunate enough to have my friend Devon along, who is experienced in identifying edible pine mushrooms (matsutake).
Eventually after almost 5 miles and 4500 feet of elevation gain, we made it to the lookout, with its spectacular view.
Northern Montana Hi-Line...US Highway 2..... North Dakota...RVerTV
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A quick video of the drive across the northern Montana hi-line highway US 2
Not alot of scenic stops... a few small towns and 100 of miles of farm and cattle ranches...plus oil wells
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Stevens Pass, Wa. to Coles Corner, HWY 2 near Leavenworth, Wa. May, 18, 2012
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4,061 ft (1,238 m)
U.S. Highway 2
Chelan / King counties, Washington, United States
Stevens Pass (elevation 4,056 ft (1,236 m)) is a mountain pass through the Cascade Mountains located at the border of King County and Chelan County in Washington, United States. U.S. Highway 2 travels over the pass, reaching a maximum elevation of 4,061 feet (1,238 m). The Pacific Crest Trail crosses the highway at Stevens Pass. The BNSF Railway's Cascade Tunnel lies 1,180 feet (400 m) below the pass summit.
The pass is near Stevens Pass Ski Area, which is on Cowboy Mountain and Big Chief Mountain.
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Stevens Pass is named after John Frank Stevens, the first non-indigenous person to discover it. Native Americans familiar with the area knew of the pass, although very little is known about Native American routes through the mountains. An old native trail over nearby Cady Pass, connecting the North Fork Skykomish River and the Wenatchee River, had been known about and used by pioneers since the early 19th century. In 1872 Hubert C. Ward, who was exploring the area for the Northern Pacific Railway, heard from some Native Americans that there was a low pass at the head of Nason Creek, a tributary of the Wenatchee River, which led to one of the sources of the Skykomish River. Later, in 1887, Albert Bowman Rogers, who like Stevens was working for the Great Northern Railway, learned from Native Americans that the Skykomish River and Nason Creek had sources close to one another but that neither Native Americans nor whites visited the Nason Creek area. Neither Ward nor Rogers had time to fully explore the area. In 1890 John Stevens conducted a thorough survey, located the pass, and determined it to be the best suited for a railway crossing of the North Cascades. He wrote that there was no indication that the pass was used — there was no sign of any trails, blazes, campsites, or old campfires, for at least ten miles in either direction and that the area was thickly forested and covered with almost impenetrable brush. Steven wrote, the region promised nothing to the prospector, while Indians and Whites crossing the mountains used either Snoqualmie on the south or the Indian Pass on the north.
Debris — including wrecked train cars — resulting from the Wellington Avalanche.
 Notable avalanches
See also: Wellington, Washington avalanche
On February 23, 1910, the two Great Northern Railway trains. the Seattle Express local passenger train No. 25 and Fast Mail train No. 27, were stalled on the tracks at the Cascade Tunnel Station on Stevens Pass because of a heavy snow storm and avalanches. Then on March 1, six days later, another avalanche pushed both trains 150 feet (46 m) down into the Tye River Valley, thus burying the train cars in snow and debris. The Wellington Disaster killed ninety-six people -- thirty-five passengers and sixty-one railroad employees -- which made the Wellington avalanche one of the worst train disasters in United States history.
Over a century later, an avalanche occurred on February 19, 2012 near Tunnel Creek Canyon Road, killing three of four experienced backcountry skiers, including the Ski Area's marketing director; professional skier Elyse Saugstad, who was wearing an avalanche airbag backpack, survived after tumbling down for more than 2,000 feet (600 m).
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A Quick Hike Around Cascade River State Park Near Grand Marais, MN | Cascade Vacation Rentals
Want to go on a quick, easy hike to a beautiful waterfall? Check out Cascade River State Park located between Lutsen and Grand Marais, MN. Park down by Highway 61 and in a quick minute you'll be looking at the waterfall.