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Anyone who loves running knows that the concrete jungle gets old real quick. Aside from the redundancy of the route, running for miles on sidewalks can wear on your knees and ankles, and take a tol...
Chances are you haven’t heard of Lummi Island, a mostly residential island off the coast of Bellingham, Washington. On the northern half, humble homes face driftwood-strewn beaches along broad stre...
Mount St. Helens solidified its place in history with a massive eruption on May 18, 1980. Unleashing a pyroclastic flow that killed 57 people, it was the deadliest and most economically destructive...
Her unchallenged slope reaches 14,411 feet into the sky. Prominently standing taller than anything in the surrounding region, the great white pyramid known as Mt. Rainier is comprised of both fire ...
Each state boasts several distinctive hikes, ones that make that piece of the United States pie truly unique. Grab your hiking boots and head for these must-do hikes in every state that range from ...
Most of us think that if you want to see something spectacular, you’re probably going to have to work for it. Whether that means paying tons of money to get there, trekking through harsh conditions...
In summer, more than a quarter million people visit Mount Washington by car, train, or foot, but during winter, it’s the home of world’s worst weather, housing one of America’s biggest observation ...
With millions of parklands and thousands of trails, Washington state is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Endless landscapes include rainforests, deserts, alpine meadows, and wetland estuaries to explor...
To the west, the Pacific Ocean. To the east, the Hood Canal. And to the north, the Strait of Juan de Fuca. In the midst of it all, the Olympic Mountains, the anchor of Olympic Peninsula in Washingt...