An Interview with Katie Arenas, Avid Traveler & OBP Travel Planner Katie Arenas grew up with an appreciation for the outdoors through immersive travel with family, friends, and as a solo traveler. She let her passion for active outdoor adventure lead her all the way to her role at Off the Beaten Path, where she […]
A wildly diverse landscape awaits in the Pacific Northwest, where lush rainforests, rocky tidepools, and glacier-covered peaks abound. A Grand Slam of three of the region’s most impressive parks takes you from flower-strewn alpine meadows to rugged Pacific coast — and everything in between.
From the moment you land in Seattle, the volcanic peak of Mount Rainier dominates the skyline. This hulking mountain towers over the landscape, and the park’s scenic trails make for excellent hiking.
West of Seattle, the Olympic Peninsula beckons with its rainforests, coastline, wildlife, and mountains. Sea kayaking, mountain biking, and hiking allow visitors an authentic glimpse of this vast, wild landscape.
Brushing up against the Canadian border, North Cascades National Park is a wilderness of sharp peaks, alpine glaciers, turquoise lakes, and cascading streams. Jaw-dropping backdrops, whether from the trail, car, or boat, enhance your experience in this remote and awe-inspiring park.
Join us for a trip through this wild corner of the country, where mountains meet the sea and the next stunning view is always around the bend.