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Skagit Valley, Washington is beautifully situated between Seattle WA to the south, Vancouver BC to the north, the San Juan Islands to the west, and the North Cascade National Park to the east. La Conner, Anacortes, and Edison are artistic coastal communities. Conway, Mount Vernon and Burlington offer an array of arts and services conveniently off I-5. Sedro Woolley and Concrete are gateways to the North Cascades National Park.
Winter is the season when the Skagit Valley shows her true nature. Whether you take in the beauty from a ferry or set out with your hiking boots, there are many ways to enjoy our valley in the winter. Explore the beautiful farmlands filled with migrating birds, spot a majestic bald eagle on the scenic North Cascade highway along the salmon filled Skagit River, and awe in the beauty of the Salish Sea with the rugged Olympic Mountains in the backdrop. Celebrate the holidays by visiting our communities decked out in lights & filled with holiday festivities. Discover quaint shops in our waterfront towns. Or just snuggle by the fire with a steaming espresso. Plan Your Skagit Roadtrip for Winter Today!
We’ve put together a great calendar combining events from all over the valley along with up to 15% off lodging options from Farm Stay to Hotels for your Skagit Roadtrip this Winter. Whether you are planning to getaway this weekend or planning a week long vacation, we have the tools for you to plan your trip today! Don’t miss our Historic Barn Tour, Bike Tours, Hiking Trails, and Savory Weekend Itinerary!
You all have heard about the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival right? While the tulips are our most famous blooms, there’s nothing quite as wonderful as entire fields of bright, cheery daffodils against our Mt. Baker backdrop. It’s just so beautiful …
The first time I saw the Skagit Valley I was smitten. It was a dreary November day and I had never before been to the Pacific Northwest. I imagined dense evergreens and mountains. When I saw the neatly groomed fields, …