Welcome to Seattle: home to snow-coated mountains, bustling city streets, and those oh-so-frequent rainy days. The city is the paramount of the great outdoors and an urban setting coming together as one. Take a journey through Seattle as we tour some of the best places the city has to offer, from the ground up.
Rugged cliffs and mysterious coves are scattered throughout this picturesque state park. Locals know the Deception Pass Bridge is a must see for views of Strawberry Island and Whidbey Island. Crowned as Washington's "most visited state park," visitors and locals alike can experience 4,134 acres of forest and 14.6 miles of shoreline.
To truly experience Seattle from the ground up, we had to move from the sky to the sea by taking the Edmonds ferry to Puget Sound. Views of the Olympic Mountains and the bay made for the perfect secluded day of Original Grain romance.
The best views Downtown Seattle has to offer have to be experienced from a bird's eye view. Seeing the glistening city lights and busy streets from up above made this the scariest part of our tour (our co-founder may have pee'd his pants just a little).
A tranquil location amongst the hustle and bustle of the city, Sunset Hill provides visitors with a scenic backdrop of the water and the Shilshole Bay Marina. Venture down to Golden Gardens Park for views of Puget Sound and the marshland.
If you're feeling gutsy, scale up the mountain for incredible views of the peaks and valleys of what Washington have to offer. Visit during the winter for snowcapped trees and greenery. It's the winter wonderland scenery you've dreamed about.
Equipped with icy roads, snow packed canyons, and bustling creeks, this attraction is home to a two-acre park and observation deck. Visitors can follow a trail to visit the famous 270ft Snoqualmie waterfall and experience what makes this location popular amongst the 1.5 million visitors it hosts annually.
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