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“The beautiful thing about long trails and the mountains is that they are what you need them to be.”
Of The Trail Show and The Walkumentary fame
They hike and raise money for victims of sexual slavery.
Talking about the Columbia Gorge
He goes out in the field, finding small changes on trails here and there.
He’s hiked the Appalachian, Continental Divide and Pacific Crest trails three times each.
He describes hiking trips in the Enchantments, Lake O’Hara and Assiniboine.
A perfect circle of sounds, pictures and storytelling from the Anacortes author.
The trail travels through Skagit and Island counties, crossing I-5 and Highway 20.
Mark Wetherington on the concept of Leaving No Trace in wild places made popular by publicity.
The Everett podcaster feels called to help people go “from stuck to summit.”
Things could have ended a lot worse for Shannon Cunningham, who shares her story of a hike gone wrong.
Now he’s 9 with some more major hikes under his belt.
She refuses to let her hardships define her.
Anastasia Allison of the Musical Mountaineers reflects on making music at the summits.
The Princess of Darkness is a triple-crown long distance hiker with stories to share.
His encounters with bears, bugs, blisters, skunks and friends along the way.
Take a trail break in a tent or dorm with a shower, laundry, kitchenette, movies and Wi-Fi.
Tenley Lozano hikes with her service dog, Elu. They have section-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in Southern California and the Goat Rocks in Washington. Elu… Continue reading
Jennifer Mabus came here from Nevada and Hawaii. She leads hikes and blogs about them.