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Megan Hill is a Seattle-based food, travel, and outdoors freel...
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Adventure Foodies: Combine Epicurean Delights with Outdoor Pursuits
The town of Leavenworth, Washington is surrounded by the tall spires of the Cascade Mountains. Leavenworth has long been known for its kooky Bavarian theme, which it purposefully took on years ago to attract more tourists.
Jet Boat Through the Wilds of Northern British Columbia
The wild, jagged landscape of northern British Columbia is an adventurer’s playground. With little tourism infrastructure, outstanding scenery, historical sites, and small towns unsullied by commercialism, it's the perfect place to "get away from it all."
Learn to Harvest Edible Seaweed from Your Kayak in Washington
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 stretches of the Salish Sea overlooking faraway peaks and other islands.
Summer Bucket List: Climb an Active Volcano
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 volcanic eruption in U.S. history.
Tear Yourself Away from the Fjords to Visit this Stunning Norwegian Park
Norway’s stunning western fjord region draws plenty of attention. It’s a bucket-list destination, a tangle of waterways from which tall mountains rise, cradling glaciers that melt in scores of waterfalls. But as tough as it may be to tear yourself away from the coast, it's worthwhile to explore N...
This Incredible Gorge Should Be On Top Of Your Bucket List
Chances are you've seen pictures of Oregon's Oneonta Gorge — it's that brilliant green slot canyon, where moss and ferns cling to the cliffs and hikers brave the cold waters to reach the waterfall at the end. Oneonta seems to make it's way onto every bucket list or natural wonder round-up, and on...
Yoho National Park Is the Most Incredible Place You've Never Heard Of
The rumpled spine of mountains running along the western edge of Alberta is world famous, with parks like Jasper and Banff drawing throngs of visitors each year. If you’re hoping for a photo at Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, or along the Icefields Parkway, be prepared to share the view with throngs o...
5 Reasons to Visit Macau Now
Most people know Macau as the Vegas of the East and not much else. Chances are your mental picture ends there, too. But there's much more to Macau, A Special Administrative Region of China that has remained largely unknown as a travel destination outside of Asia. Venture beyond the strip of gaudy...
What’s on Tap: 6 of Portland’s Best Breweries
Home to nearly 60 breweries and counting, it’s safe to say Portland is a beer town. And the proliferation of micro and nano breweries are showing no signs of slowing down. Busy crafting crisp IPAs and clean lagers while branching out into the shadowy hinterlands of craft beer, they’re aging sours...
6 (Awesome) Ways to Stay Dry (and Keep it Cool) on a Rainy Day in Portland
Pop culture doesn’t (always) lie: the Northwest is a rainy place. Sure, we get less actual rainfall than lots of other places, but we have more rainy days. From October to June (in a bad year) there’s a seemingly constant drizzle, occasional harder showers, and what seems to be a perpetual gloomy...
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