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Seattle Backcountry | Snohomish County, WA

Seattle Backcountry begins 12 miles north of Seattle, a little under 100 miles south of Vancouver, and a short ferry ride away from the San Juan Islands or Olympic Peninsula in Snohomish County and is ideally situated for exploring the entire Pacific Northwest.

Stillaguamish & Sauk River Valleys

Ride the loop, skim a paddle, wander a trail, touch the earth, then kiss the sky – Stilly style.

The Stillaguamish Valley offers world-class outdoor recreation: rafting, hiking, climbing and unbelievable backcountry.

A short drive from points north and south, east and west – there’s three ways to get to the Stillaguamish Valley: I-5 to 530 (Arlington), Hwy 20 from Rockport and the Mountain Loop Highway via Granite Falls.

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Species of the Westside

A mural featuring the plants and animals of Western Washington, created by Arlington-based artist and muralist...

Jordan Bridge

Small riverfront park with a suspension bridge. The Jordan Bridge was first constructed in the early...

Centennial Fountain

Created in 1989 by Charles Bigger for Washington’s Centennial.  This was Arlington’s first...

Coal Creek Campground

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Hawks Nest Bar & Grill

The Hawks Nest Bar & Grill (FKA Bradley's Diner) in Darrington Hours: 8 AM - 10 PM Weekdays, 8 AM - 12...

Squire Creek Park

A uniquely beautiful camping and picnicking park located within an old growth forest and river environment....

Klesick Family Farm

Each week we design our box menu with a variety of fresh organic produce from our own farm, other local farms,...