North Cascades National Park is named for the cascading water created by more than 300 glaciers in the park. The glaciers have also created many lakes that glampers can see if they hike a few of the nearly 400 miles of trails. A romantic vacation to the park could include a side trip to the Stehekin Valley which connects Washington’s interior wilderness to the Cascades. Visitors to Stehekin can hike, ride horses, river raft, bike, kayak, boat, see the historic Buckner Orchard, the one-room school, and Rainbow Falls. In North Cascades, there are more than 200 species of birds, two of which are considered threatened under the Endangered Species Act: marbled murrelet and spotted owl. The park is also home to the gray wolf, fisher, wolverine, Columbia black-tailed deer, Douglas squirrels, and pikas. The glamping options include cabins, nature lodges, cottages, and yurts.