Roslyn, Washington aka Cicely, Alaska

Roslyn is a quaint and charming former logging and coal mining town in the Cascade Mountain range in Washington state. Nestled in the hills at an elevation of 2366 feet, and with a population of about 800, it's a mere 90 minute scenic drive over Snoqualmie Pass from Seattle. The town was featured in Stanley Kramer's 1979 movie The Runner Stumbles, a fact-based story about a priest's (Dick Van Dyke) love for a nun he's accused of murdering. In 1990, the sleepy little town exploded into view as when featured as the fictional "Cicely, Alaska" in the popular CBS/Universal television series, Northern Exposure.  Roslyn is the scene of many festivals and events, including but not limited to The Manly Man Festival, Pioneer Days and Moose Days.