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!
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.
Hot springs have been used as a natural medicine for centuries and are rich in minerals that increase blood flow and circulation. If you're looking for a fun adventure and a little warmth, soak your way to better health by visiting one of Washington’s natural hot springs. These three springs offer a little something for everyone and have an incredible history.
Ever just want to get in the car, hit the open road, and see where the wind takes you? If you're looking for itinerary ideas and want to sample some of Oregon's amazing diversity I've got a fantastic 650 mile Oregon road trip loop with waterfalls, mountains, volcanoes, high desert, a beautiful river, sand dunes, and the ocean!