By boat or ferry across Puget Sound or in a car over dramatic Deception Pass, any passage to Whidbey Island exposes its assets. Rolling farmlands, the historic waterfront communities of Coupeville, Langley and Oak Harbor, a bridge 20 stories above a rocky, roaring strait, a Civil War-era lighthouse and forest-meets-sea landscapes make this 55-mile long treasure a popular port o’ call.
Whidbey Island Trip Ideas
There are 10 ferry routes in the Metro Seattle area, all of which include glimpses of mountains, forested coastlines and glistening water. The ride alone is... Read More
The waters between Canada and Washington’s mainland are dotted with the San Juan Islands, featuring nine major land masses and more than 100 satellite islands... Read More
Hell-Bent Heli-Skiing The North Cascades, set near Highway 20, may not be close to cocktail bars and après ski lodges, but that’s the best feature of the... Read More