As more of us reach the fully-vaccinated stage and begin to engage in responsible travel, destinations like Greater […]
A can’t-miss, low-maintenance weekend of fun, music, nature + community.
Now that 4th festivities have come and gone, it’s time to plan for our next big adventure. Timber! Outdoor Music Festival, we’re looking at you. Next weekend—July 13 through 15—a much-anticipated community gathering is calling your (and our!) names, beckoning music lovers of all ages to Carnation (just 30 miles from Seattle), where awesome summertime tunes come to a tranquil, wooded setting.
Late spring is on its way and we’re well on our way to summer. Maybe I’ve said this every year and I’ll say it again—this year has really flown by! Here’s a guide to some of my favorite hikes in the North Bend / Snoqualmie region, about 40 minutes east on I-90 from Seattle.
Some of the finest reasons to hike in the fall.
Washington’s diversity of flora in the mountains makes for a spectacular fall color display. From the deep reds of vine maple on the western slopes to the golden yellow of alpine larches on the eastern slope. But that’s not all that makes the hillsides light up in autumn. We have fiery reds and oranges in huckleberry shrubs, brilliant yellows of the aspens, and a variety of different berries in many hues–often against a backdrop of crisp blue sky.
Spring into action with scenic hikes and an authentic Northwest meal in the Evergreen State.
With hibernation season behind us, Seattleites are looking for places to escape the concrete jungle, stretch out their arms and embrace the expansiveness of nature. Even if you only have a day, Seattle is littered with hikes within a few hours drive.
The local expert shows us where to pitch our tents.
This week, we will discuss camping. However, there are too many wonderful campgrounds in this state to individually discuss, so we will present a few good areas for camping, instead.