Moving to Seattle
Thinking about moving to Seattle? We’ve got news for you: Seattle has consistently ranked among the 10 best places to live in the United States, according to U.S. News & World Report. During the summer months in Seattle, you can experience high temperatures and low humidity which mix to create an ideal day at the lake or on a hiking trip. If it happens to be a clear day in this otherwise cloudy environment, you’re also able to take in Seattle’s natural beauty on Ship Canal Bridge. Here you can see the city surrounded by lush evergreen forests, glass skyscrapers, navy-blue lakes and Mount Rainier reigning overtop.
If you’re looking for another reason to move to Seattle, let our professional moving and storage services at Mountain Moving & Storage show you how easy and quick it can be. Call us today at (253) 581-2414 or fill out our estimate form for more information.
Things to do in Seattle
There are many reasons to consider moving to Seattle. There’s no end in sight in things to do outdoors including hiking, kayaking, mountain biking or catching a live event at the Crocodile or Paramount Theatre. It’s not just outdoor activities that one can enjoy, whatever your cup of tea, Seattle has your flavor: arts, music, cuisine, sports, etc. Seattle has it all.
Here are just a handful of places and events to experience in Seattle, Washington:
Mount Rainier National Park: Mount Rainier, the dormant volcano and a mainstay in Seattle’s skyline is waiting for you. Embark on a guided tour to this National Park, but don’t forget your binoculars to get a peek at elk, black bears and coyotes, to name a few. Aside from the wildlife, you can see the Mount Rainier’s 26 glaciers, large swathes of forests and rushing waterfalls to boot.
Snoqualmie Falls: One of Washington’s most scenic tours, more than 1.5 miles of trail through the forest without any inclines makes this trip easy to take part in and you can immediately appreciate the gratifyingly stunning beauty of it all.
Seattle Space Needle: You can’t mention Seattle without its most iconic attraction, the Seattle Space Needle. From the near 605-foot tower, you can get a 360° view of Seattle and beyond which can make one stand in awe staring at the majestic mountain ranges both east and west of Seattle as well as the beauty of the rainy city below.
Chihuly Garden and Glass: Located in the heart of Seattle, Chihuly Garden and Glass has eight interior galleries of Seattle native glass artist, Dave Chihuly who has created more than a dozen well-known series of glasswork including Cylinders and Baskets (1970) and Chihuly Over Venice.
Kubota Garden: At this gorgeous Japanese garden, visitors have access to roughly 20 acres to wander amid native Northwest flowers, shrubs and trees. You may even see a hidden fountain or two along the path, along with bright red bridges and koi swimming in the waters below.
Why Move to Seattle?
Seattle is a city unlike any other. Its natural beauty causes many who visit to want to stay forever. Aside from our favorite places above, there are many other reasons you might want to call Seattle your home.
Let Mountain Moving & Storage help you discover the endless possibilities and opportunities in Seattle. Call us at (253) 581-2414 or fill our estimate form to get your move started today.