In cold months, the road circling the lake becomes a snowshoe and ski route with some of the most spectacular views in any national park.
Seven tips for a great day on the slopes at Brtitish Columbia’s famed resort.
Mount Spokane is Washington’s largest state park, with a ski area to compare to Stevens Pass.
It’s still the Pacific Northwest, but look for powder snow and shorter lift lines.
There’s more than one fun season on Central Washington’s summer-break lake.
Record visits and a Top 10 ranking prime the pump, and you can get there by car, plane or train.
From narrow chutes to wide-open bowls, from low-angle glades to cliff-top drops, these should be on every shredder’s list.
Dress for the temperatures in fall and winter and you can enjoy bicycle-friendly roads that often remain dry in the arid landscape.
Olympic National Park’s coastal wilderness is even wilder when the crowds thin after September. Just wait for a good weather window.
Until they’re snowed in or the highway closes, now is your chance to hike some of the most beautiful trails in Washington.