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Headed up Highway 20 for a day trip or a camping weekend? Looking for that perfect gift for your nature-loving loved ones? Stop by one of the North Cascades National Park bookstores and pick up a variety of items to help you, your family and friends explore and enjoy the outdoors. We carry helpful trail guides, natural history books, regional maps and field guides as well as new North Cascades National Park and North Cascades Institute merchandise including t-shirts, mugs, stickers, postcards and more. We've expanded our kid's selections too, so don't forget about the little ones in your life!

Want it in time for Christmas? Orders must be received by Dec 17th.


Total 37.50 per book (Book $29.95 + S&H $5.00 + Tax $2.55)


By phone: (360) 854-2599


Bookstore locations:

Sedro-Woolley Park and Forest Information Center, 810 State Route 20
Open daily, 8 am - 4:30 pm

North Cascades Environmental Learning Center on Diablo Lake
Open daily, 9 am - 5 pm

Golden West Visitor Center in Stehekin
Open daily, 8:30 am - 5 pm

Newhalem Visitor Center at Newhalem Campground
Open daily, 9 am - 5 pm.

Wilderness Information Center in Marblemount
Open daily, 7 am - 6 pm


North Cascades Institute has received its TENTH consecutive four-star rating from Charity Navigator!  LEARN MORE


"Retired National Park Service Ranger Gerry Cook chats with Youth Leadership Adventures participant Elizabeth during a stop in the Devil's Creek outflow into Ross Lake. Elizabeth, 16, grew up in a refugee camp in Thailand and didn't know English when she came to the U.S. five years ago. During her presentation, the softspoken young woman said she wanted to start a Burmese club at her school to help new immigrants learn about American culture."  —

Saul Weisberg: Executive Director

big_quotation_mark.pngThis past year, we taught thousands of kids about this special place. Thanks to the donors we were able to reach out to children that would have otherwise not had the opportunity to experience the North Cascades.

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