Make Everett your home base as you explore the PNW this fall. This time of year is what the Pacific Northwest is all about. Though things may be a little different this right now (due to COVID-19 and all), we've gone all in to keep visitors safe.
Here's our 2020 checklist for your fall Pacific Northwest adventure.
Yup, coffee is an attraction here in the PNW (we put specialty coffee on the map, after all). Grab a cuppa from some of Everett’s coffee shops. By the way, we don’t like to brag, but downtown’s Narrative Coffee won “world’s best new café” a couple years back.
Calories don't count on vacation. Also, 2020 is, uh, how do we say this… THE WORST.
So, a little comfort food morning, noon and night are sure to delight. Start your day with a legendary cinnamon roll that's as big as your head. Grab sammies to go for your midday adventure or sit down to a big bowl of noodles at any of our unassuming (but life-changing) strip mall pho spots.
Looking for a more low key outdoor experience? That's cool; Everett has plenty of walking trails that are beautiful during the fall season.
Langus Riverfront Park, with 3 miles of paved trail winding around the Snohomish River, is darn near perfect, especially on a foggy morning.
Pumpkin patches and corn mazes
It’s spooky season, so it’s time to ‘gram the heck out of corn mazes and pumpkin patches. Check out our list of local pumpkin patches and corn mazes, grab a cup of hot apple cider and experience a small taste of the farm life.
Hiking is our proverbial pastime here in the PNW. Check out our guide to hikes in our neck of the woods, so if you’re up for exploring the beautiful forests of the PNW, check out our list of nearby day hikes. Some of the trails get slippery this season, so make sure you check trail conditions before you head out. Remember to dress for the weather and pack out what you pack in. We want to keep you--and our trails--in good working order.
There’s no day like a snow day. Whether you want to snowshoe your way through our majestic forests or cruise down slopes of fresh powder, the Cascade mountains can accommodate. Check out our list of perfect sledding and tubing spots to plan a fun day for the kids or the kid-at-heart. Even if you are a local, there’s bound to be a slice of mountain you have yet to explore. Make sure to check before you go; reservations may be required this season.