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Treelines Northwest: Local clothing brand supports trail work

Stories and photos by Brad Andrew Mountain bike trails don’t just fall from the sky and land in the forest for all to enjoy. Whether...

Team Jake: One local team makes Ski to Sea a celebration...

By Oliver Lazenby Jake Merrill, 23, died in an avalanche on February 11, 2014, while guiding a hut skiing trip in the Eagle Cap Wilderness,...

Spring 2019 photo gallery

   

Newsroom: Notes from around the region, August 2019

North Cascades National Park applying for dark skies status The National Park Service submitted a request for a dark sky study at North Cascades National...

Elizabeth Ahlem Clark: Exploring Washington’s trails by watercolor

By Ben Whitney Elizabeth Ahlem Clark didn’t have a grand plan when she visited Bellingham in 2016. But, like many Pacific Northwest transplants, she uncovered...

Feast on Spring: A guide to eating seasonally

By Jacqueline Thompson As the cozy months of long nights, hearty meals and hot drinks come to an end, windows and doors fly open and...

It’s back! The cult-favorite hill climb to Artist Point returns in...

By Oliver Lazenby Most popular bike races are long. The Tour de France is about 2,082 miles this year, with an average stage length of...

Wake ‘N Bakery: Glacier institution has new owners

By Oliver Lazenby After 15 years in business – growing from a coffee cart with baked goods on the porch of the Glacier Ski Shop...

Seduced by the Juice: An e-bike primer

By Pat Grubb A silent revolution in the cycling world that began in China and conquered Europe is now riding strong across North America. Electric bikes,...

Film festival returns to showcase the work of women filmmakers

By Gwen Roley The number of women represented in the film industry remains low, but the third Cascadia Film Festival has grown since last year,...