Top things to do in Upper Skagit River Valley

Top Choice Wildlife Reserve in Upper Skagit River Valley

Upper Skagit Bald Eagle Area

The Bald Eagle area is essentially the 10-mile stretch of the Skagit River between Rockport and Marblemount. After salmon spawn, their spent carcasses become meals for the more than 600 eagles that winter here. Janu…
Juice Bar in Upper Skagit River Valley

Cascadian Farms

The first of several organic snack huts on the Cascades Loop, this place 3 miles east of Rockport offers fresh injections of organic blueberry fruit shakes, ice cream or coffee. It's housed in an Indonesian-style Ba…
Lake in Upper Skagit River Valley

Baker Lake & Lake Shannon

Just north of Concrete are two reservoirs formed by a pair of dams on the Baker River. Washington's largest colony of nesting osprey is found at Lake Shannon. Baker Lake is a popular place to launch a boat and go fi…
Museum in Upper Skagit River Valley

Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center

Learn about the Skagit River ecosystem and bald eagles.
American in Upper Skagit River Valley

Buffalo Run Restaurant

Thought you could only eat bull-calf testicles in the Rocky Mountains? Despair no more. Buffalo Run serves massive steamy bowls of 'Cascade mountain oysters.' Otherwise, stick to the buffalo, kangaroo, ostrich or (y…
Diner in Upper Skagit River Valley

Marblemount Diner

A filling as-much-as-you-can-eat breakfast buffet (served 8am to 11am) at weekends is the highlight of this friendly diner with booths, tables and seating at the bar. Obey 'rule one' of all buffets: arrive early, be…