A list of our picks for Seattle’s finest spring-time offerings…
Today Marks the first day of Spring, so to celebrate we’ve started compiling a list of some of the best of Seattle in the spring.
Take note of when the University of Washington’s famed cherry blossom lined quad will hit their full and spectacular bloom. Pack a picnic, and canoodle under a canopy of pink.
The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival (April 1-30, 2013) calls for pulling on your rainboots, bringing along your best lens, and trekking it out to Mt Vernon to join the crowds in marvelling as millions of tulips burst into bloom on farms scattered through the valley.
Seattlites can reap the benefits of being just a quick jaunt from two fabulous ski resorts well into the spring season with Snoqualmie Pass
just a 45 minute drive from Downtown Seattle and Stevens Pass
just 78 miles East of Seattle is also part of the beautiful cascade loop and may offer more snow further into spring as it is the higher of the two! Both are an easy day trip, or even half day trip given their proximity to the city, and well worth the trek for a couple of runs on a brighter spring day.
Late Spring (beginning of May) brings the 39 year Seattle tradition of Duck Dodge
back to the Lake Union waters and provides for many a capture-worthy photo moment on Tuesday nights as they line their boats up to party as the sun sets behind Queen Anne Hill . Lucky enough to get out on the water and actually take part?…check the official 2013 Duck Dodge schedule
to scan the rules and get the scoop on what kind of costume to don before ducking and dodging your way across the lake.