Washington state hotspots & tourism tips from the ’60s

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Washington state tourism tips from the 60s

This year, go abroad… in the state of Washington

But where do you start? The World of Washington brims with the vibrant excitement of half a dozen foreign countries. On a summer day you can ride across snow-covered alpine trails on mountains that rival the Swiss Alps for scenic grandeur.

Prowl through a mysterious Rain Forest reminiscent of a Malaysia of a million years ago. Beachcomb along the more than three thousand miles of rugged-to-serene shoreline. Fish the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, or cast that lure into any of our thousands of freshwater lakes and streams. You can relax on a leisurely ferry cruise through the San Juans.

Delight in the discovery of quaint Indian fishing villages. Enjoy the sophisticated nightlife of a bustling metropolis. This is just a sample of the fun you’ll find in the world of Washington.

Where do you start? By filling out the coupon for a free pre-trip adventure planning packet. And the only passport needed is your vacation smile.

Washington state tourism from the 60s

For the mood you’re in: Visit Washington

… Exciting state of vacation contrasts

Whether you prefer battling a salmon while it skips across the water on the end of your line … picnicking in a mountain meadow. … dining atop the Space Needle . . . relaxing around a lake shore … on a Pacific Ocean beach or at poolside of a big, bright, friendly resort — whatever your mood, whatever your pleasure, you’ll satisfy it in the State of Washington, land of exciting vacation contrasts.

From dry, warm desert sands, mist-enshrouded rain forests, snow-mantled mountain peaks, miles of ocean beaches — two national parks, a vast network of State parks and hundreds of private facilities await you. You set your own pace, pleasure and price in Washington.

Free Discovery Guide to Washington State: To help plan your Washington vacation, we’ve outlined 8 major tourist destination areas in a 40-page, four color booklet. It awaits your request.

For the mood you're in: Visit Washington state (1965)

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