Snohomish County, WA, USA

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Snohomish County vacation rentals

Snohomish County is a springboard to the Pacific Northwest

The rustic wonderland of the Pacific Northwest is your oyster if you choose to book one of the Snohomish County vacation rentals. This huge cut-out alongside Puget Sound also rises to encompass the hulking, glaciated peaks of the Washington Cascades in the east. You can spend days whale watching for orcas in the icy swells, or donning the crampons and hitting the grizzly wilderness of the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Seattle's Space Needle and rumbling monorails are close, too. What more could you want?

Something for everyone in Snohomish County

Whether you are whale watching on the Puget Sound or ice-picking your way up the glacier-crowned mountains of the Washington Cascades, boating across to the handsome San Juan Islands or hitting the pistes of Stevens Pass, you can rest assured that the fabled great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest won't disappoint you here. But it's not all about hardy trails and snow plumes. There's also a chance to hop on sightseeing trolleys around Seattle, shop through Pike Place Market, or wonder at the gabled roofs of Chinatown there.

Snohomish County's hefty bounty

Bag yourself Snohomish County vacation rentals in Everett town for a chance to wonder at the cavernous factories at the Future of Flight Aviation Center, where the hulking Boeing planes are crafted. Or, opt for something more rustic and grab your Snohomish County vacation rentals close to the Cascades. From there, you'll be able to break out and hike the pine-topped ridges of the Glacier Peak Wilderness and the Wenatchee National Forest – iconic WA hinterlands both. Meanwhile, the Seattle Art Museum, MoPOP, and the IMAX-ready Pacific Science Center await in the city to the south.

Snohomish County shines in all seasons

Pick your season wisely in Snohomish County – it will change the character of that vacation completely. For skiing and snowshoeing in the Cascades, the winter is a must, running from around December to March. For hiking and mountain biking and touring the streets of Seattle's interesting neighborhoods, spring and summer are the best choices. They run from May to September and have the most sun – still be sure to bring a raincoat though, this is the Pacific Northwest…

Snohomish County is mountains and sounds

Snohomish County has a truly dramatic position. Just a stone's throw north of Seattle, it spills into the cold waters of the Puget Sound, where the leafy San Juan Islands beckon in the distance, and orcas flip on the waves. The other half of the region is dominated by a whole other geographical wonder: mountains. The Washington Cascades reach for the clouds in the east, heralding the great Glacier Peak Wilderness and the Wenatchee National Forest. It's there that black bears roam, lynxes stalk, and alpine lakes glisten below ice fields.