Whatever you look for in a holiday destination – exciting attractions, interesting activities, and friendly people – you are sure to find in Northwest Washington. A holiday rental home in Northwest Washington will put you close to all the best that this region has to offer. You will feel right at home and will have a comfortable place to return at the end of days filled with adventures.
The North Cascade Mountains provide a scenic backdrop for many popular activities such as hiking, cycling and climbing. Throughout Northwest Washington you will also find the opportunity for swimming, boating, kayaking, fishing and much more. Sailboat charters are available and allow you to spend a carefree day on the water. Consider spending a day visiting a nearby winery. You can participate in a wine tasting or just learn a bit about the process of making wine. A number of wonderful golf courses can also be found in Northwest Washington.
There are many places to visit whilst on holiday to Northwest Washington. North Cascades National Park is a favourite amongst hikers who enjoy the gorgeous views that include a number of waterfalls. Museums, such as the American Museum of Radio and Electricity and several art museums are a great choice for a rainy day. Art galleries feature the works of local artists and are a wonderful place to find some new artwork for your home. Northwest Washington is home to many special events throughout the year such as the Upper Skagit Bald Eagle Festival and the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival.
The winters in Northwest Washington are mild when compared to other parts of the country. The summers in Northwest Washington are mild and pleasant. During the winter months the average low temperatures are between 2° and 4° C and average highs are between 9° to 11° C. During the spring the average lows are 6° to 8° C and the highs are 15° to 18° C. During the summer the average lows are 11° to 12° C and the average highs are 21° to 23° C. From June to September there is typically between 27 and 47 mm of rain per month. The rest of the year there is between 77 and 148 mm per month with the most occurring during the winter.
The largest airport in Northwest Washington is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). From here you can easily reach the major cities in Northwest Washington such as Bellingham, Birch Bay and Mount Vernon. You will need a car for use during your stay.