Here’s an early-season hike to treasure while high-country snows melt and lowland trails dry out.
Where to stretch your legs and explore the outdoors in the Pacific Northwest, from Poo Poo Point to the Pacific Crest Trail.
We interviewed four guidebook authors and came up with this essential list.
In springtime, mountain snow melts into rumbling rapids and swollen waterfalls along the Olympic Peninsula’s eastern edge.
If you’re new to Seattle or the region, this list will help you understand why the rest of us stick it out during the rainy...
Usually snow-free, these Western Washington trails can have special appeal in the offseason.
Take a break from the holiday hustle with a short hike to a Puget Sound beach, then cozy up at a nautically themed pub in...
Shell we listen? Spokane family collects shells during a visit to Lincoln Park on Fauntleroy Way Southwest in Seattle on Saturday.
Until they’re snowed in or the highway closes, now is your chance to hike some of the most beautiful trails in Washington.
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...
Crowds dwindle, permit competition eases, and if the upper mountain freezes climbing gets much easier.
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