See & Do

Lake Washington

Seattle is home to many floating bridges. On Lake Washington stands the longest floating bridge in the world. Don got to explore the exterior of these large pontoons that keep this heavily commuted bridge afloat.

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Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market overlooks the Elliott Bay on the Seattle waterfront. The Market is one of the oldest continually operated public farmers' markets in the United States. Don came here to purchase some fresh fruit before the days adventure.

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Space Needle

Space Needle is a major landmark and the symbol of Seattle. It is 605 feet high and was built for the 1962 World's Fair. Don got exclusive access to the outer ring of the needle that locals call the 'halo'.

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Stevens Pass Ski Area

Located at the crest of Stevens Pass, lies the Stevens Pass Ski area. The base elevation is at 4061 feet with the peak at 5845 feet. This was where Don and the crew begin their journey to the Cascade Tunnel on snowmobile.

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Chittenden Locks

The complex of locks are part of Seattle's Lake Washington ship canal designed to maintain the fresh water level. Don got an exclusive inside look into this engineering masterpiece and explored the pump plant and the emergency closure system.

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Puget Sound

Lying deep down in the frigid waters are remains of the steamboats that once shuttled Seattleites across Puget Sound. Don dove into the freezing water to explore the remains of the SS Burton.

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Rock Bottom Restaurant

Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, Rock Bottom offers unique handcrafted ales. Don met up with our dive expert Scott Boyd here to discuss logistics before their big dive into Puget Sound.

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Discovery Park

Situated on Magnolia Bluff overlooking Puget Sound, Discovery Park offers spectacular view of both the Cascade and the Olympic Mountain ranges.