Spring has officially arrived, and we've rounded up 6 perfect spring break destinations for you to explore throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
Skagit Valley, Washington
(April 1 - 30)
Ready to be captivated by color?
The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is one of the Pacific Northwest's most mesmerizing events, so you don’t want to miss out. For wheels, it’s recommended to travel by car, but several sites can easily be accessed by bicycle too if you’re up for a challenge. If you’re able to take off work, weekdays are typically less crowded. Head here to plan out your day, and don’t forget to bring your camera.
Kettle River Range
If you’re looking for a solid hike or a gorgeous view of the stars, check out a few pacific northwest trails. Our pick? The Kettle River Range trails and campgrounds, which you can explore here. Plus, you might even hear the captivating howl of a gray wolf.
Crane Hot Springs
Harney County, Oregon
One of Oregon’s most iconic features is its luxurious hot springs. Soak in the scenery by checking into the Crane Hot Springs, complete with lodging, or space for RVs and campers.
Plus, there are solid benefits of dipping your toes in. The restorative mineral water is said to prevent and cure disease, or have a positive impact on your mental health. When you’re ready walking on land again, you can explore wild horses or take yourself bird watching too.
Treefort Music Festival
Downtown Bosie, Idaho
(March 23 - 27)
Get ready to jam out and chill out. Snag your tickets here, and catch the solid lineup including headliners Kim Gordon, Osees, Snail Mail, and more.
If you’re a music fanatic, stop by the series of Music Talks, made for emerging and established artists to discuss the future of music. For a little more active action, check out Yogafort on March 26th, which will feature yoga and movement classes, all set to live music.
(April 2nd 10am - 4pm)
Yes, you do need another plant to add to your collection.
If you’re looking for things to do in Portland, stop by the Annual Trillium Festival at Tryon Creek to explore the plant sale, learn from experts about how to create a healthy habitat right in your backyard, or take a guided hike that highlights native plants. Check out all the eco-friendly festival details here.
If you’re hoping to see the best sights in Seattle, we have good news. Lucky for you, there are several options to spot Orcas, gray, or humpback whales year-round right off the coast. Head here to plan your trip from Seattle or the San Juan Islands, where you have the option to kayak if you’re feeling brave.
We know you want to stop reading and book your trip, so go for it!
And, if you need gear for your next adventure, you can explore our latest arrivals here, made for outsmarting tricky spring temperatures.