The Best Winter Getaways

Looking for your winter bliss? We've got you covered
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  • Mount Rainier in the wintertime
MOUNTAIN MAJESTY: Strap on some snowshoes and explore, or get cozy with a warm winter beverage at the National Park Inn.There’s something for everyone during winter in Mount Rainier National Park

This article appears in print in the December 2018 issue, as part of the Best Winter Getaways cover story. Click here to subscribe.


Crisp air. Sunny slopes. A cozy fire. A little bit of endorphin-releasing exercise. Put it all together and you have the perfect antidote to Seattle’s gray and rainy season—and it’s within easy reach. What’s your pleasure? Snowmobiling in the Central Cascades? Check. Going for a soul-cleansing walk in the forest? Check. Soaking in a therapeutic pool of warm water? Check. Heading to SoCal for a dose of sun and warmth? Check and check! Whatever your winter bliss, we’ve got you covered.


Along I-90
Oregon Coast
Central Cascades
Mount Rainier National Park Lodge
Orcas Island
British Columbia
Southern California

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