NORTH CASCADES NATIONAL PARK
North Cascades National Park is wild, remote and beautiful - a place where gray wolves and grizzlies can vanish into virgin stands of Douglas fir and Western red cedar, and rumors of bigfoot can thrive. Over 200 species of birds and 75 species of mammals are found here, including beavers, flying squirrels, marmots, weasels, pikas, snowshoe hares, American martens and elusive mountain lions. Visitor centers are located at North Cascades Headquarters in Sedro-Woolley, in Newhalem and in the Stehekin Valley. Hikers can choose from 386 miles of trails, including the Pacific Crest Scenic Trail . Although there are no lodges within the park, there are both road accessible campsites and over 200 backcountry camps.