This overlook along Hwy 20 provides great views of the lake behind Diablo dam as well as of the forested mountains surrounding it. The viewpoint is several hundred feet above the lake and there are great views of the emerald water below. (The color is created by the glacial silt in the water.) There are interpretive signs along the walkway that describe the geology and history of the area. There are restrooms at the far end of the parking lot. A must-see stop if you are touring the highway through the North Cascades.See more..
Little Mountain Parks features two viewpoints that give 180 degree views of north, west and south Skagit Valley to the Olympic Mountains. Several miles of multi-use and hiking only trails, including a new Nature interpretive Trail .See more..
4.5Iceberg Point(57 reviews) - Great lunch walk with an incline Nature & Wildlife Areas • Lookouts • Hiking Trails
The walk to the monument was very beautiful and full of sites. Our picnic spot was a large rock at the USGS marker and very nice. The incline to the marker was easy but we did not venture to C.See more..
4.5Fairhaven Stones Throw Brewery(53 reviews) - Cozy place for drinks Thursday: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Spent 2-3 hours Points of Interest & Landmarks • Architectural Buildings • Lookouts
One of the most cozy and beachy feeling breweries in town. Great live music and atmosphere both indoors and out. Firepits and foodtrucks too. See more..
5.0Cape Horn Overlook(44 reviews) - Spent a few days visiting a friend in town. We always stop by the Pendleton outlet just to check out what they have. Spent < 1 hour Lookouts
We love this little town. We had a wonderful lunch here at The Oak and Acorn restaurant in Camas. Spent a few days visiting a friend in town. We always stop by the Pendleton outlet just to check out what they have. Beautiful town we will return soon.See more..
One of the earlier stops on WA-14 (the views are great from the Washington side), just be aware that the pullout doesn't have much warning and parking is limited. However, the view is worth it so do make the stop.See more..
There is not a good view of Mt. Rainier from the Sunrise Visitor Center unless you take this short hike starting just off the parking lot. Easy walk will reward you with a great view of the glacier and mountain. The trail does go on for more views, but the first one is adequate if you just want to see the glacier.See more..
Easily accessible hike right off HWY 2. Steep climb-900 feet in 1 mile-brings you to lookout. Good views, not great. We saw plenty of families on this hike. Overall, this was a very good hike. See more..
5.0Maple Hollow Park(1 review) - Beautiful private park with rocky beach access and trails to explore Spent 1-2 hours Points of Interest & Landmarks • Lookouts • Scenic Walking Areas The park has a small parking area with picnic site, primitive restrooms, no water. The trails can be steep but there is an ADA accessible route to the upper lookout area that has a view of lower Puget Sound and Mt Rainier area. There is a trail to the beach that is about 1/2 mile hike from the parking area. Near the beach the trail has a set of stairs and there are stone steps down to the beach. There are 3 campsites near the beach access which are intended for the water trail users. There is no running water at the park. This park isn't heavily used and can provide solitude. The beach area is nice and there is a large variety of wildlife. Seals frequent the water along the beach.See more..
4.0Overlook Point Park(1 review) - Tiny park, but offers a spectacular view! Spent < 1 hour Points of Interest & Landmarks • Lookouts • Observation Decks & Towers It's a tiny park with a couple of picnic tables to play chess and a swing, possibly some playground equipment. I went for the view. You can see Mt. Ranier and the Capital Building from this great view.See more..