If you want to get away from it all overnight, seek out riverside roads that are closed to cars but open to bikes, and get...
Where to stretch your legs and explore the outdoors in the Pacific Northwest, from Poo Poo Point to the Pacific Crest Trail.
Crowds dwindle, permit competition eases, and if the upper mountain freezes climbing gets much easier.
Explore Anacortes Community Forest Lands, then discover year-old Bastion Brewing.
Make a pilgrimage to Bellingham for a lakefront ramble and a potent IPA from a popular new brew pub.
Popular backcountry ski retreat near Stevens Pass will ramp up offerings for summer mountain biking, starting in August. New name: Alpine Lakes High Camp.
Hikes at this time of year can be tricky: Higher elevations are likely still buried in snow. Fallen trees or rocks may block passage. But...
Take an easy hike to a beaver pond teeming with wildlife, then kick back with a cold one at a new outpost of a favorite...
A straightforward, short and steep hike that offers beautiful views of volcanoes and wildflowers, the Umtanum Ridge Crest Trail is worth a sweaty slog through...
A day hike to the Columbia Basin is a perfect escape from Western Washington’s fickle spring weather.
A Hike and a Happy Hour: Walk the beach to Dungeness lighthouse, then stop for cider on the way home
Dungeness Spit hike offers dramatic views of water and mountains, and Chimacum’s bucolic Finnriver Cidery is a perfect spot to wind down.
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