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The right way to answer Nature’s Call

One surefire way to spoil a pristine alpine environment is to defecate all over it. Don't be that guy.

Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace By Aneka Singlaub, Youth Leadership Coordinator at North Cascades Institute “I win, I win, I win,” announced an elated 14-year-old boy as he...

Eight thousand acres of potential

Eight-thousand acres of potential The seventh-largest locally-managed park in the country just came into being in Bellingham's backyard. By Ian Ferguson Photos courtesy of Cascade Mountain Runners The...

At home in the snow

At home in the snow How to build a snowcave By Ian Ferguson Whether you want to claim first tracks at the resort the next day or...

Wilderness Cooking

Wilderness Cooking By Kosette Isakson Photo by Jason Hummel When I consider what has the biggest impact on travelers in the wilderness, it’s easy to think of...

Dream home on wheels

A small idea about a tiny house has turned into a grand adventure.

6 carless trips

Want to get away? The world beyond downtown is full of opportunities for adventure and relaxation, and you don’t even need a car to get there.

Restorative Adventures

Restorative Adventures, by Brad Crescenzo. The beast let out a low and ominous moan as it dragged its feet toward me, inch by inch. Clawing at the air, the zombie reached for my face, and I realized I was not afraid. This may sound like something out of a Hollywood horror...

Bowron Lakes

Bowron Lakes, by Jason Hummel. Places have their sounds. They travel with you wherever you go. When an owl hoots, memories of desert canyons above Death Valley are awakened...

Paddling the Skagit River

PADDLING THE SKAGIT Story by Sue Madsen From Marblemount to the delta, the Skagit River offers serenity and surprises. The Skagit River starts 23 miles north...