This Lake Has The Absolute Bluest Water In Washington
Washington is an outdoor lover’s paradise and any time is a wonderful time to get out and enjoy it. So today we’re going to pay homage to one of our favorite Washington lakes, the beautiful and pristine Colchuck Lake. It’s not an easy journey to reach it, but once you do, you’ll be amazed by its stunning beauty and we think will agree that it could just be the bluest lake in Washington.
If you’re ever searching for “clearest lakes near me,” Colchuck Lake will most certainly appear at the top of the list. The reward is certainly worth the intense hike! For more information, you can go to the Washington Trails Association website.
Have you ever been to this/to any of these beautiful super blue lakes in Washington? If so, what was your favorite part? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
And for a slightly less difficult hike that’s equally is beautiful, give Lake 22 a try.
If you’re still in the mood for more Evergreen State adventures, take a look at this video about the Native American History of Snoqualmie Falls:
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Where can we find other lakes in Washington State?
- Lunch Lake located in Olympic National Park is a popular stop for hiking, fishing, overnight camping, and other recreational opportunities.
- Baker Lake located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest features camping, hiking, boating, fishing, and more.
- Lake Crescent located in Olympic National Park is a crystal-clear, glacier-carved lake surrounded by beautiful forested area and there is a popular lodge by the same name here.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful lakes in Washington State.
Where can we find state parks in Washington State?
- Beacon Rock State Park features numerous hiking trails, beautiful waterfalls, and mountain biking areas.
- Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park is a popular spot for boating and it also encompasses a campground.
- Fort Worden Historical State Park shares the history of the defense of Puget Sound from enemy forces back in the day.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other amazing state parks in Washington State.
Where can we find historic churches in Washington State?
- The Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater in Vancouver was formerly known as St. James Catholic Church and dates back to the 1800s.
- Trinity Episcopal Parish Church in Seattle has played an important role in the religious landscape in the city since 1865.
- The Church of the Assumption in Bellingham was established as a parish in 1889 and remains an icon in the city to this day.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other wonderful historic churches in Washington State.