Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center offers many opportunities to learn about and see the eagles, which have migrated to feast on salmon. Also: Where...
Where to stretch your legs and explore the outdoors in the Pacific Northwest, from Poo Poo Point to the Pacific Crest Trail.
Air out cobwebs and shed December pounds at these Western Washington water sites.
Embrace the rain and enjoy uncrowded time in the forest.
Washington’s high lakes offer fresh scenery, and you might be the only angler on the water.
Improvements include new switchbacks on a formerly steeper and slippery stretch of trail overlooking Samish Bay and the San Juans.
Private grants of more than $2 million will establish new trail teams in Mount Rainier and Olympic national parks.
The national scenic trail’s northern leg offers some of its grandest views. Here are some trail veterans’ favorite stretches.
From a crowded trailhead just off Interstate 90, butt-kicker climb to summit thins out the tenderfoot hikers.
Deception Pass is our most-visited state park, but you can find solitude if you know where to look.
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