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Life In The Northwest

The Puget Sound region is a great place to live, work and especially play.

Working In The Beautiful Pacific Northwest

The Puget Sound RegionThis region is a great place to live, work, and play. With the Pacific Ocean to the west, skiing in the east and gorgeous Vancouver BC to the north, recreation and leisure destinations abound. Our location is one of the many reasons to checkout or contact IRG for your future aspirations.

In the Pacific Northwest, you can enjoy an eclectic and dynamic mix of museums, galleries, performance halls, film festivals and historical and architectural attractions.

The Puget Sound area offers a rich variety of vacation, recreational and holiday pursuits including big-city life, island retreats, cozy bed and breakfasts, romantic country inns and first class resorts.  There are plenty of sightseeing, hiking, kayaking, and boating activities.

Jet Skiing in the Pacific NorthwestPuget Sound itself is a body of water lying east of Admiralty Inlet, through which ocean waters reach inland some 50 miles from the Pacific Coast to provide all-weather ports for ocean-going ships at Everett, Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia.  The waterway is a complex and intricate system of channels, inlets, estuaries, embayments and includes the San Jaun islands.

Find some of the best salmon and steelhead fishing in the world. To the north, Everett boasts the second-largest marina on the West Coast.

Seattle, the emerald city of the Pacific NorthwestSeattle, the state’s largest city, lies in the center of the Puget Sound region and sits between Elliot Bay and Lake Washington.  Across the Sound is Bainbridge Island, the Kitsap Peninsula and Olympic Peninsula.  To the east, and across Lake Washington, is Seattle’s neighboring city, Bellevue.

What To See And Do In The Pacific Northwest.