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From Georgia (GA) to Washington (WA), the driving distance is 2,682 miles.
Briefly about Washington
Washington- is located in the northwestern part of the United States.
It was named after George Washington, the first President of the United States.
The administrative center of the state is the city of Olympia.
As of the 2010 Census, the population of Washington was 6,724,540. The largest city is Seattle. In order not to confuse the capital of Washington with the state, the name of the township is often accompanied by the name “District of Columbia” (and in English – “Washington, DC”).
The official motto is “Evergreen State.”
Washington is bordered -by the Canadian province of British Columbia to the north, Idaho to the east, and Oregon to the south.
It has a water border with the Pacific Ocean from the west.
· Washington State has state highways and a well-developed ferry network, the largest in the United States and worldwide.
· Washington State has 140 airports, 16 of which are state airports.
The Washington State Department owns the vehicle. In addition, there is Boeing Field, which is one of the unique destination airports in the United States.
Washington’s major cities have extensive waterways; Seattle, Bellevue, Tomoka (Port of Tamoka), and Olympia.
State highways in the United States form an extensive network that includes bridges, the largest ferry system, and Washington State has 4 of the five longest floating bridges globally.
It takes hard work to organize transportation in the Cascades, and Washington State maintains seven major mountain passes and eight tiny mountain tunnels.
- Western Washington has a predominantly Mediterranean climate from the Cascades to the west, with mild temperatures, wet winters, autumns, springs, and relatively dry summers.
- There are volcanoes in the Cascade Range, which is much higher than the rest of the mountains. These significant volcanoes are Mount Baker, Glacier Peak, Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, and Mount Adams from north to south. All active volcanoes:
Washington is known as Washington State to distinguish it from its capital city, Washington DC.
Washington is the 18th largest state with 71,362 square miles.
Most Washington residents live in the Seattle metropolitan area, the center of transportation, business, and industry on Puget Sound, a bay of the Pacific Ocean made up of numerous islands.
- The central part of the state consists of deep temperate rainforest in the west; mountain ranges in the west, center, northeast, and far southeast; and semi-arid basins in the east, center.
Washington is the second state (by its population) on the west coast after California in the western United States.
Mount Rainier (14,411 feet) is an active stratovolcano.
It is the most topographical mountain in the contiguous United States.
- Song – “Washington is my home.”
- The bird is the American goldfinch, and the state fruit is the apple.
- The state vegetable is the Walla sweet onion.
- The dance (adopted in 1979) is a square dance.
- The state tree is western hemlock.
- The state flower is the coastal rhododendron.
- The state fish is the steelhead.
- The state folk song is “Roll On, Columbia, Roll On” by Woody Guthrie. The state’s unofficial but widely accepted rock song is Louie.
- Grass -is a blue bunch of wheatgrass.
- Insect – green dragonfly darker.
- The gem is a petrified tree.
- The state fossil is the Colombian mammoth.
- The state marine mammal is the killer whale, and the state land mammal is the Olympic marmot.
- The state seal – is depicted on the state flag
Places to Visit in Washington State
Washington- known as Evergreen State, is famous for its most significant city of Seattle, and it is also home to many scenic destinations. You can hike right up to waterfalls, admire snow-capped mountains from a distance or spend the day on islands off the coast.
Lake Chelan- the Lake is at Washington’s North Cascades Mountain Range. Visiting here, you can spend a day sipping and sightseeing at places like Vin du Lac Winery, Karma Vineyards, or Mellisoni Vineyards.
The Columbia River Gorge –is right in the heart of the Columbia River Plateau, South of the Rattlesnake Hills. The gorge is in the Cascade Mountains, and the Multnomah Falls cascade in the canyon is another beauty of this particular destination.
Spokane- many of the city’s top attractions include the John A. Finch Arboretum, the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, and Spokane Falls.
Snoqualmie Falls- is one of Washington’s most popular attractions. The falls’ rushing waters make it a stunning and unforgettable place to visit. Within the spray of the waterfalls, you can see high trees and lush green plant life. In Snoqualmie Falls, there are short hiking trails.
North Cascades National Park- plenty of wildlife, including grizzly bears, gray wolves, lynx, etc., are in the Park.
In Mount Baker, a volcano located within the North Cascades, traveling here, get an unparalleled view of the nearby Mt. Shuksan. You’ll find alpine climbing and back-country camping opportunities within the National Park.
San Juan Islands- is a lovely place for tourists with outdoor activities in a stunning landscape. You can go hiking, take tours, see the whales in their natural habitat, dine on fresh seafood, or walk in San Juan National Historical Park.
Olympic National Park- visiting here, you will see the green rainforest and a rugged mountain range. One of the admirable places of the Olympic National Park is the Hoh Rain Forest. Clear blue water and stunning scenery await in the Park’s Lake Crescent.
Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument- is the perfect place to spend a few nights. Mount St. Helens boasts several exciting and scenic attractions for visitors.
Here are the Johnston Ridge Observatory and the sights on the north side of Mount St. Helens.
Seattle- is a beautiful city and among the most popular places to visit in Washington.
Experience Music Project is an incredible museum devoted to music, movies, and pop culture. Also, go to Space Needle and the Puget Sound, or walk around Green Lake.
Mount Rainier National Park– is the highest mountain in Washington. You will see fields of colorful wildflowers and excellent hiking trails in the Paradise section of the Park.
Glacier climbing and mountaineering are two recreation options in the Park. Mount Rainier also offers more affordable hiking.
Green Lake Trail takes over an hour and brings hikers through old forests and waterfalls.
The states in which we operate
- South Dakota
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- West Virginia
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- Washington DC