Head for the coast of the Pacific northwest...

Mount Rainier National Park, with 14,410-foot Mount Rainier, the highest point in all of Washington. Mount Rainier is permanently capped with snow and has 25 active glaciers!

A full day pelagic trip with Westport Pelagics, some of the best offshore birding in North America. Tokeland, Grays Harbor, and Ocean Shores provide lots of good shorebirding.

Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Forest and Dungeness NWR with its 7-mile sand spit reaching into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Dungeness Spit is superb for seabirds and occasional rarities.

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Best Season:Late Summer
Popular Location: Mount Rainier, Belfair State Park, Hurricane Ridge