Ready for outdoor winter adventure? Here’s how to get in gear, plan some outings, know which permits you need, and stay safe in the snow.
Find fall foliage on one of these scenic drives, colorful hikes or urban strolls.
Grab your rubber boots and low tide field guide–there are some fantastic minus tides in Puget Sound this summer! There are a few things in life that you can rely on with absolute certainty. One of those is the rhythm of the sea. Twice a day, the tide will come in (high tide!) and […]
Hiking the trails on this active volcano is like stepping into an outdoor classroom, where geologic forces of the past teach us about nature’s recovery and renewal.
There’s a book for nearly every urban region within the Pacific Northwest packed with close-to-home trails, a range of city and county parks to state parks.
UPDATED: May 22, 2020 Have your hiking boots been sitting beside the front door, collecting dust? How about your fishing pole, binoculars, kite and canoe paddle? The coronavirus put spring outdoor adventure on hold for months, and most of us have been sheltering in place. Now, thanks to our collective diligence and determination to put […]
Nature is all around us, right outside our doors and windows for us to enjoy, if only we take the time to look, and listen, and smell, and learn.
On a budget? Our National Parks offer free admission days for 2021. Mark your calendars!
Grab a sled or strap on some snowshoes, and head up to one of these snowy spots to play in the late-winter powder.
Imagine skating in circles with your sweetie among gently-falling snow, a chill in the air and a mug of hot cocoa on your mind. Winter at its best. Got ice skates? If you don’t have a pair of your own, you’ll be able to rent them for the whole family at most of these outdoor […]