Enjoy Scenic Views While Hiking The Grove of the Patriarchs Trail In Washington
If you’re in need of an adventure, you’ve got to experience this easy loop in Mount Rainier National Park. The Grove Of The Patriarchs Trail in Washington features a path through a forest full of trees that are thousands of years old and across a swinging suspension bridge. The short hike can be done any people of all ages and skill levels, and it’s by far one of the most mesmerizing routes that you can find here in Washington. Take a look at some photos from the hike below, and then add it to your Evergreen State hiking bucket list!
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Grove of the Patriarchs Trail In Washington
What are the most beautiful places in Washington?
If you ask a dozen different people what the most beautiful place in Washington is, you’ll get a dozen different answers! We think that the most charming and picturesque places in the state include Whidbey Island, North Cascades National Park, Olympic National Park, Mount Rainier National Park, and San Juan Harbor with its city of Friday Harbor. Overall, though, it’s hard to top the Hoh Rainforest (in North Cascades) when it comes to breathtaking and unique natural beauty.
What is Washington known for?
Washington is known for being a stunning, beautiful place. From our rainforests to our enormous mountains, you’ll find a little bit of everything in the Pacific Northwest! The islands off the coast of Washington are each wonderful summertime getaway destinations, and our cities are full of culture and amazing cuisine. Spend some time getting to know the Evergreen State and you’ll see just why so many people believe that Washington is heaven on Earth.
Where should I go to take photos of Washington?
If you love wildlife photography, head to Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. More than 20,000 birds from 275 different species call this place home, and you’ll also find foxes, coyotes, otters, harbor seals, minks, and a whole bunch of reptiles and amphibians For beautiful landscapes, take a trek through Mount Rainier National Park. The Paradise area and Skyline Trail are particularly stunning. The Hoh Rainforest, in Olympic National Park, is another otherworldly spot in the Evergreen State that you’ll want to capture on film.