Recent outdoors stories in The Herald

Injured hiker flown off Mount Pilchuck

Photos from Mount Pilchuck rescue

Mukilteo looking at Japanese Gulch options

Isaac Heiman, 13, committed to planting trees across the world

Father shares love of adventures with his daughters, but then has to live with the worry.

Discover Snohomish County’s bounty of waterfalls

Boy survives near-drowning with help of soldier on leave

Get a lunar experience at Idaho park

Gaining confidence on a scramble to Mount Angeles

Classic children’s activity now a recreational sport

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