You can admire breathtaking landscapes all throughout Washington, but here are 18 places in particular that have the most eye-catching scenery:
1. Walla Walla
Not only is there beautiful wine country out here, but also a number of historical buildings that date back to the 1850s, delicious apples, and so much more.
Located in Skagit County, this city is known for the Washington State Ferries dock and terminal that serves Lopez Island, Shaw Island, Orcas Island, San Juan Island and Victoria, B.C.
Also known as the "Little Norway on the Fjord", this friendly community with just under 10,000 residents boasts a beautiful waterfront on Liberty Bay.
This city can be found along the Yakima River in Benton County and hosts the annual Great Prosser Balloon Rally.
Around 700+ people live in this small city located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge.
This small town is located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest near Deception Falls on the Skykomish River.
This city in north-central Washington is filled with orchards and is surrounded by the Wenatchee River to the north, Columbia River to the east, and the Wenatchee Mountains to the south and west.
The serene beach in this Grays Harbor County town is located right by the Pacific Ocean.
Located in Ferry County, this town is surrounded by the Colville National Forest and is also the beginning point for Sherman Pass Loop, an incredible
10. La Conner
There are numerous flower fields and a tranquil waterfront in this charming town near the Swinomish Channel.
Between all of the endless outdoor opportunities here by the lake, this Central Washington town is definitely one of the most scenic in the state.
12. Oak Harbor
You'll always be able to find a spot to relax in this waterfront town on Whidbey Island.
In addition to the 1890 storefronts and wooden sidewalks, this town features miles of landscape and a welcoming atmosphere.
Nearly a thousand people live in this Whitman County city filled with stunning farmland.
15. Port Angeles
This city in Clallam County has access to Hurricane Ridge, one of the most popular and breathtaking attractions in the Olympic National Park.
You can relax by the beach or go for a stroll through this cozy town in Grays Harbor County.
This town is filled with lavender farms and can be discovered along the Dungeness River near the base of the Olympic Mountains.
18. Eastsound, Orcas Island
Tourists are drawn to this location on San Juan Island to see its picturesque beach views!