Discover the Magic of Skagit Valley on the Pacific Northwest's Cascade Loop - Visit Skagit Valley - North Cascades National Park to Farmlands to Salish Sea

Discover the Magic of Skagit Valley on the Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Loop

Located in the most northwestern section of the Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Loop, Skagit Valley awaits with a full range of offerings for those who are enjoying Washington’s ultimate road trip!

With stops in Anacortes, La Conner, Mount Vernon, Burlington, Sedro-Woolley and Concrete, you’re guaranteed to see and experience the full range of Washington’s unique landscape – from the stunning seaside to bountiful valleys to breathtaking mountain

Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy endless opportunities for paddling, hiking, biking, camping and more amidst the stunning natural surroundings, particularly within the North Cascades National Park and Deception Pass State Park.

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With its seaside towns and fertile agricultural valleys, foodies will love their time in Skagit Valley. The seafood doesn’t get any fresher, and the many local farmstands and farm-to-table restaurants offer plenty of options to savor. The Skagit Farm to Pint Ale Trail and the Skagit Food Trail passports are the best way to sip and savor your way through Skagit Valley.

Before you #dotheloop, be sure to check out the many events and festivals happening throughout Skagit Valley. The La Conner Daffodil Festival in March and the world-renowned Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in April are just the beginning, with both offering field after field of colorful blooms – unforgettable views that make for an even
more unforgettable road trip!
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With endless awe-inspiring vistas, fresh air, unique places to stay and explore, and a community that makes everyone feel welcome, this is the perfect place to escape the day-to-day grind and make your worries disappear. That’s the Magic of Skagit.