That’s the question this summer, isn’t it? Where can you go hiking that is snow-free, yet still a true summer destination.
We can all list off a bunch of hikes that we can’t take right now: Kendall Katwalk – snow-covered; Spider Meadow – snow-covered with scary stream crossings; Artist Point – snowy, with the road beyond the ski area closed for the entire summer; Mount Townsend and Marmot Pass – almost, but not yet; Paradise and Sunrise trails – deep under the white stuff; western side of Mount St. Helens – road still closed. And it goes on and on.
What’s a hiker to do? Go Hiking, of course!
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