In west central Washington, you’ll find the small city of Gold Bar. This regional center is home to around 2,385 people. There are many recreational opportunities in and around Gold Bar, including hiking, kayaking, fishing, white-water rafting, and camping.
You can see the majestic falls in two ways: the Upper Observation Deck, which is just steps away from the parking lot, and the Lower Observation Deck, which is 260 feet below the bedrock and offers stunning views of the waterfall and Snoqualmie River.
If you have ever wanted to go camping, hiking, or mountain biking, you have probably heard about the Okanogan Wenatchee. The Okanogan Wenatchee National Forest is 1,735,395 acres of land in Washington, stretching from the Okanogan National Forest to the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
For a scenic hike near Seattle, visit Wallace Falls State Park. Wallace Falls is located in the park near Gold Bar. The Wallace Falls Trail begins on a flat gravel path beneath electric poles.
If you’ve ever dreamed of going camping, you can now check out Blanca Lake. This small lake is located in the Henry M. Jackson Wilderness Area, a region in the Cascade Mountains in the U.S.
You may be wondering how a private-pay horseback-trail ride facility can help chemically-dependent young men. Well, Skyland Ranch is a private-pay facility that was originally purchased by Pitkin’s brother, a federal prosecutor, for his retirement. He passed away in 1980.