Washington state boasts a wealth of natural beauty. With multiple national parks within a short distance of city life, there are many locations to go see wildflowers bloom.
The Skyline Divide is located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. The area is open to hiking starting in June and July and you can even bring your dog with you. If you do you might want to take a look at our article on flowers and plants that are poisonous to dogs.
The Heather Meadows are another area of Mount Baker where wildflowers can be seen. Large meadows full of heather and huckleberry can be seen at Heather Meadows near the eastern end of the Mount Baker Scenic Byway.
The Paradise area of Mount Rainier National Park is famous for its beautiful wildflower meadow. Here are some recommended hikes from the National Park Service, and unlike the Skyline Divide, pets are not permitted.
Photos of Wild Flowers in the Washington State Area