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Top 5 Leaf Peeping Spots in Oregon & Washington

Top 5 Leaf Peeping Spots in Oregon & Washington

One of the best and cheapest ways to celebrate the beginning of fall is with a scenic hike or drive. If you’ll be in the Oregon or Washington area this autumn, be sure to check out one of the following trails to create lasting memories surrounded by splashes of color. 
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Best Weekend Getaways Near Seattle

Best Weekend Getaways Near Seattle

If you’re living or staying in Seattle, you may be surprised to find a world of adventure is right outside your door. Read below to find five amazing sites to explore for a fun and easy weekend getaway any time of the year.
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5 Best Hikes in Olympic National Park

5 Best Hikes in Olympic National Park

Situated in nearly one million acres in the north of Washington, Olympic National Park has a rich diversity of trails where you can find wildlife, historical artifacts, and breathtaking natural wonders. 

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10 Major Landmarks of the Pacific Crest Trail

10 Major Landmarks of the Pacific Crest Trail

Thousands of hikers pass each year through the gorgeous 2,653-mile trail known as the Pacific Crest Trail. From the Canadian-US border to the beginning of Mexico, there are countless natural wonders to discover in each region you encounter.
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6 Spectacular Sights in the Canadian Rockies

6 Spectacular Sights in the Canadian Rockies

The Canadian Rockies boast many areas that tourists from all over flock to visit each year. Recognized for their untouched beauty and fun outdoor activities, each of these sites deserves a spot on your must-see list.  Banff National Park
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What to Wear for Whitewater Rafting

What to Wear for Whitewater Rafting

Hitting the rapids in your whitewater raft can be an addicting and freeing feeling. However, if you come unprepared, it can dwarf the exhilarating experience. 
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5 Hidden Gems of Nature in British Columbia

5 Hidden Gems of Nature in British Columbia

British Columbia is a popular tourist destination for nature-lovers both locally and abroad. Explore a diverse range of wonders, ranging from forests, lakes, hot springs, islands, canyons, and caves - all in one place! Parkhurst Ghost
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What to Wear for Desert Adventuring

What to Wear for Desert Adventuring

Deserts are a beautiful and exciting place to explore, but you need to be prepared for the extreme and variable temperatures to fully enjoy the experience.
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Exploring the National Parks with Your Pet

Exploring the National Parks with Your Pet

Discovering new national parks can be twice as fun with your furry friends. If you feel overwhelmed at bringing your pet with you to your next outdoor adventure, read below to ensure you and your pal will have a more comfortable trip exploring new terrain together. 
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How to Mosquito-Proof Your Outdoor Space

How to Mosquito-Proof Your Outdoor Space

It has only been in recent years that mosquitos have become a real nuisance in Seattle. Crosscut reported last summer in August of 2021 that the new warmer, wetter summers have already led to an increase in mosquito activity – about a month longer than usual.
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Wildflower Season: When & Where to See the Best Blooms in the West

Wildflower Season: When & Where to See the Best Blooms in the West

The scattering of beautiful wildflowers that blanket the nation is arguably the best part of spring, but the super blooms usually seen amongst the wildflowers in southern California are unparalleled.
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6 Sport Climbing Essentials for Beginners

6 Sport Climbing Essentials for Beginners

Sport climbing isn’t a new Olympic sport, but the recent games brought sport climbing into the limelight. Beginners should get started with a rock wall within your local gym, with harness and other safety measures, including a spotter. 
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Step-by-Step Guide to Making a Boat Cover

Step-by-Step Guide to Making a Boat Cover

There are a lot of things you need to buy when you get a new boat, some of which are not even used when you are on the water. A boat cover is one of those things that you may not have realized would be an added expense. 
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6 Tips for Safe & Enjoyable Night Hiking

6 Tips for Safe & Enjoyable Night Hiking

Taking a hike across the quiet outdoors at night can be an exhilarating experience, and one that we encourage people to try! However, precautions should always be taken to make night hiking a safe and enjoyable experience. 
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4 Essential Outdoor Fabrics for Every Season

4 Essential Outdoor Fabrics for Every Season

Do you love to spend time outdoors? Those who truly love nature don’t wait for fair weather to spend time among the trees. If you spend as much time outside as possible, you need to make sure you have the right attire for the right season. 
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New Year, New Gear: 5 Signs It's Time to Repair or Replace Your Outerwear

New Year, New Gear: 5 Signs It's Time to Repair or Replace Your Outerwear

The new year is a great opportunity to lay plans and set goals, and if you are planning an active outdoor season, you should take the time to go through your outerwear and other gear. Money is tight for many people right now, but that doesn’t
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Fly Fishing vs Spin Fishing: What Is the Difference?

Fly Fishing vs Spin Fishing: What Is the Difference?

When it comes to freshwater fishing as a sport, there are two primary types: spin fishing and fly fishing. 
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5 Things to Know Before Planning Your Next Outdoor Trek

5 Things to Know Before Planning Your Next Outdoor Trek

Although you may believe trekking is easy (since you’re essentially walking), things aren’t always so simple. A successful trek relies on a sufficient level of fitness, pre-trip planning, and the necessary equipment.
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Winter Hiking Prep: Places to Go & Things to Know

Winter Hiking Prep: Places to Go & Things to Know

Whether you’re headed out to the Jud Wiebe Trail in Colorado, Acadia National Park in Maine, or the Watchman Trail in Zion National Park, Utah, for winter hiking this season, make sure you’re fully prepared. Here are some things to keep in mind!
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5 Tips for Shooting Breathtaking Fall Foliage

5 Tips for Shooting Breathtaking Fall Foliage

Whether you’re an amateur or professional photographer, fall is a season that promises to be full of artistic inspiration. In many places, it’s the ideal time to get out of the studio and into nature. 
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Best Fly Fishing near Seattle: Locations & Preparations

Best Fly Fishing near Seattle: Locations & Preparations

Based in or around Seattle? Love to go fly fishing, or want to try your hand at it? We’ve got some great tips for you!
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Back-to-School with a DIY Backpack

Back-to-School with a DIY Backpack

If you didn't know before, making your own backpack is easy! A DIY backpack will test your resourcefulness and creativity, and ignite a child-like sense of adventure every time you step outside. 
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Trekking the Beaches, Mountains, and Valleys of the Olympic Peninsula

Trekking the Beaches, Mountains, and Valleys of the Olympic Peninsula

There's only one place in the world where beaches, mountains, and valleys all come together to create 922,651 acres of diverse wilderness. This unique region is richly baked with American history and contains a multi-layered ecosystem, including glaciated mountains, rain forests, and more than 70 miles of wild coastline. 
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South Africa: The Backpacker’s Land of Plenty

South Africa: The Backpacker’s Land of Plenty

The southern tip of Africa has a rich backpacking scene that offers an amazing diversity not only of animal life, but also of landscape.
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How to Spring Clean Your Outdoor Gear

How to Spring Clean Your Outdoor Gear

Springtime is finally in the air, and your outdoor gear is getting ready to get dusted and start exploring the great outdoors. Odds are you store away your dirty and grimy outdoor gear in some forgotten corner of your garage or closet. Come spring, and your must-have gear is still covered in some nasty stuff. So, instead of tossing your precious gear away, here are some quick tips on how to spring clean your outdoor gear. 
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