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Washington State, located in the Pacific Northwest, is home to three incredible national parks:
Mount Rainier National Park
Olympic National Park
North Cascades National Park
Get ready to explore the diverse natural landscapes including mountains, glaciers, rainforests, beaches, and volcanoes. Whether you are coming to see the wildflowers in bloom, hike to a hidden lake, chase waterfalls, or explore the coast, Washington state has so many sights to see and activities to offer. This six-day itinerary will ensure you see, experience, and adventure it all within Mount Rainier, Olympic, and North Cascades National Parks.
24-pages of expert advice to help you maximize your trip on what to do, hike, see, where to sleep, and eat as you explore the three Washington National Parks.
Get the best and most unique sights, hikes, and overlooks in all three of Washington's National Parks so you can have the best experience and most maximized experience instead of wondering what you should do.
Lists all the park entrance fees.
Park hours (Because yes, even National Parks have hours depending on season!)
Recommended hikes, the length of each hike, and approximate amount of time to budget for each hike.
Recommended activities, and the approximate amount of time to budget for.
Distance and time between locations.
Where to eat.
Best routes to take, with optional routes depending on activity.
All you need to do is show up and have fun. This itinerary takes the guess work out of all the planning.
Enjoy budget-friendly places to stay (based on firsthand experience) so you always have an affordable and comfortable place to sleep. We also list out the other hotels we considered when initially planning our trip so you know what we considered and what we went with.
When you purchase the itinerary, you will be redirected to a link where you can immediately download the itinerary, in PDF format. Due to the immediate access to all the information, we do not provide refunds. However, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, contact us and let us know. We want to hear from you.
what's your refund policy?
Time is money. This itinerary is designed to save the guesswork of what to do, what to see, and where to sleep. In addition, the parks are in remote areas where food won't be found for miles. Rather than feeling tired and hangry, the itinerary guides you on where you can pick up food to go and where to shop for food. Eliminate the stress and FOMO of missing out on the must do and see's of the parks, and purchase this itinerary!
Will this save me any money?
Absolutely! You'll still need to sleep, eat, and get from spot to spot. You'll find all that in our itinerary and more! While there are a few advanced hikes listed in the itinerary, we offer alternate options as well. We've also packed in the view points we visited, and how to structure your day to maximize your trip and do everything you want to do.
I don't like to hike. Will I still find value in this itinerary?
A lot! There are three national parks in the state of Washington. We provide an itinerary that replicates our experience within the parks. We also provide what amenities each park offers (camping, hiking, viewpoints, etc.) so you can adjust as necessary depending on your preference.
What is there to do in Washington National Parks?
This itinerary breaks down everything in one PDF guide. Our podcast episodes on Washington National Parks are split into two episodes, episodes 68 & 69. The itinerary adds even more value by sharing hotels we stayed at, hotels we considered, places to eat, and places nearby to consider. We provide routes we took and alternative routes so you can decide specifically what you want to do. The itinerary breaks down the length of hikes and drives, how much time each activity takes or we recommend taking. You don't have to underestimate time you need at any one place because you feel rushed to go to the next place only to realize you wish you spent more time someplace else or could've spent more time someplace else. Our podcast episodes tell you what we did, but not to the level of detail you'll find within our itinerary.
What's different about your itinerary from your podcast episode?