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Welcome to Washington!

Washington at a Glance
Capital: Olympia
Nickname: The Evergreen State
Bird: Willow Goldfinch
Tree: Western Hemlock
Largest City: Seattle
Neighboring States: Idaho, Oregon

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www.experiencewashington.com
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Official Contact Information
Washington State Tourism, Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development
Seattle, WA 1-800-544-1800.


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Washington State hosts a wide variety of opportunities for travelers, from recreation to relaxation to adventure. Seattle and the Puget Sound are rife with fishing and boating prospects, a trend that continues down the coast to the Olympic Peninsula. Mountains rise immediately to the east of the coast, with landmarks such as Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier and the Snoqualmie Pass providing hiking, biking and camping. Skiing and other winter sports abound in the Cascade Mountains, beyond which lies the confluence of farms and orchards that make up the central part of Washington State. Further east, the Columbia River Basin presents many chances to experience Washington, such as the Grand Coulee Dam, which is the largest concrete dam in North America. Spokane is the largest city in eastern Washington.

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