Posts tagged with "Pnw hikes"
The Best Old-Growth Hikes within Striking Distance of Seattle and Portland
When the clouds roll in, the Northwest’s old-growth hikes offer great protection from the rain.
We Challenge You to a Winter Scavenger Hunt
With freezing temperatures and snowy landscapes, sometimes it can be hard to find the motivation to go out for a winter hike, snowshoe, or even cross-country ski trip. Yet for those who are willing to brave the cold, this frosty season has its own unique and rewarding discoveries! Next time you head out for a […]
Hidden Gems in Olympic National Park
Editor’s note: As public lands begin to reopen, we encourage you to keep maintaining good social distancing. The Seattle Times has a list of what that looks like on the trail. In 1937, President Theodore Roosevelt toured the Olympic Peninsula in northwestern Washington. He took in the area’s towering trees, its glaciated mountains, its wild and pristine […]
5 Hidden Waterfalls in Washington You Need to Chase
The Evergreen State’s classic cascades won’t disappoint, but there are plenty of other waterfalls to explore.