Hiking: The Cascade Range is home to numerous hiking trails, ranging from easy to challenging

Skiing and snowboarding: The Cascade Range is known for its winter sports, with several ski resorts such as Mt. Bachelor, Mt. Hood Meadows, and Crystal Mountain

Wildlife viewing: The range is home to a variety of wildlife, including elk, deer, black bears, cougars, and more

National parks: The Cascade Range is home to several national parks, including Mount Rainier National Park, North Cascades National Park

Water activities: The Cascade Range has several lakes and rivers where you can enjoy water activities such as kayaking, rafting, and fishing

Camping: There are several campgrounds located throughout the Cascade Range where you can enjoy a night under the stars

Rock climbing: The Cascade Range has several popular climbing destinations, including Mount Baker, Mount Hood, and Mount Shuksan

Scenic drives: The Cascade Range has several scenic drives, including the Cascade Loop Scenic Highway

Photography: The Cascade Range offers stunning views of the mountains, forests, and lakes, making it a photographer's paradise. Don't forget your camera

Hot springs: The range has several natural hot springs, including Bagby Hot Springs in Oregon and Goldmyer Hot Springs in Washington