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Squamish’s new Sea to Sky Gondola

Story and photo by Brandon Fralic Take a ride on the Sea to Sky Gondola near Squamish, B.C. Opened in 2014, this cable-and-cabin attraction whisks...

Bay to Baker race revived…starting in Concrete

By Oliver Lazenby Dan Probst wants to hold a trail race from Bellingham Bay to the summit of Mt. Baker and back, a 108-mile journey...

Potential copper mine threatens Mazama, a dryside recreation destination

By Nick Belcaster Around pitch two of the classic Prime Rib of Goat climb, often touted as one of the longest sport routes in the...

B.C. company launching cricket flour protein bars

By Oliver Lazenby Coast Protein, a Vancouver, B.C.-based company, is preparing to launch its protein bars later this summer in three tasty flavors made from...

Book Review: Cascades Rock, by Blake Herrington

Review by Jason Martin Professional climber and writer Blake Herrington has been a staple of the North Cascades climbing scene for several years now. He...

The quest to paddleboard from Port Townsend to Alaska

By Oliver Lazenby The closer you get to Karl Kruger, the more realistic it seems that someone could ride a stand-up paddle board unsupported from...

A Month on the Mountain: Mount Baker crew does Denali

Story and photos by Andy Basabe I laid my book on the downy red ripples of Jerry’s sleeping bag and rolled on top of him...

Loss

By Mallorie Estenson It finally happened. I lost a climbing friend. A little over a year ago, I wrote a piece for a magazine about accidents...

Olympians on Galbraith: U.S. National Team training on local trails

Story by Spencer Paxson Photos by Caleb Smith "Lean it harder! Lean it! Now open it up!” I hear the coach shout from above as we...

Welcome Grocery is the newest landmark on 542

Story and photos by Oliver Lazenby When Chuck Patterson decided to open a grocery store, he first needed to do some research. He drove south...