Skagit Brew Tour

Great beer is in our dirt! The fertile soils of Skagit Valley (rated in the top 2% in the world) produce exquisite varieties of wheat and barley which are then malted and brewed locally. Nine breweries offer an incredible variety of traditional and innovative Ales, Lagers, IPAs, ciders and root beer at their brewpubs, taprooms and restaurants.

Skagit Birdwatching Eco Tour

Fall through Spring, the Salish Sea is home to murrelets, scoters, buffleheads, goldeneyes, harlequins, mergansers, loons and grebes.  Beaches and bay shores harbor dunlins, sandpipers, sanderlings, plovers, killdeers and turnstones.  Shallow waters provide habitat to wigeons, mallards, pintails, teals, shovelers, gadwalls and scaups.  These birds (and more!) add a potpourri of diversity to the resident oystercatchers, kingfishers, gulls, pigeon guillemots, cormorants, great blue herons and bald eagles. Skagit Valley farmfields support very healthy populations of geese, swans, falcons, hawks, owls and open field species.

Hiking in the North Cascades

Experience the wilderness around Anacortes and Fidalgo Island, at the edge of the Salish Sea, or high around Mount Baker and the North Cascades! Enjoy all the Pacific Northwest seasons exploring its many trails, high and low. Spring and Summer fill the forest and mountain meadows with wildflowers. Later, entire mountainsides and river edges are painted in Fall colors!