Awesome adventures and misadventures, it’s all here!
Last weekend I did a one-way 22-mile bike ride on the Cascades to Palouse State Park Trail from Renslow to the Columbia. This amazing rail trail takes you on a fantastic tour of Washington’s scrublands and railway history, though rockfall is a real concern in areas.Read More
Tales of surviving a remote hike in near triple digit temps and finally checking off a summit that has evaded me for four years!Read More
The Blue Mountains of southeast Washington span 4,000 square miles of land and contain open ridges, big mesas, deep canyons, natural springs, loads of wildlife and surprising solitude. This wilderness is one of Washington’s best surprises!Read More
Bicycling Glacier National Park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road in spring while it’s still closed to vehicle traffic is one of the most personal and incredible ways to see the beauty of this extraordinary Park! Enjoy this mile-by-mile guide with lots of photos and trip planning tips!Read More
Okanogan County in Washington State has incredible history and the highest concentration of remaining Washington State Lookouts, which makes it a spectacular destination for geeks like me! Here’s a trip report from a recent October larches and lookouts road trip.Read More