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  • Seattle, Washington

    The Best Women’s Gear for Seattle Peak Bagging

    Most people know that Seattle is one of the greatest cities in the world for outdoor enthusiasts (opinion). Yet while some may assume summer is ripe for adventure, spring and fall actually offer hikers, scramblers, and mountain runners the best conditions to explore Seattle’s local peaks (fact). ...
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  • Seattle, Washington

    5 Trail Runs For Busy Seattleites

    Seattle has many miles of paved trails throughout the city, but hitting the trails doesn’t just have to be for weekend pursuits. There are many opportunities for singletrack and these trails are all within 20 miles of downtown Seattle. So get up, get dirty, and get to work before your boss. These...
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  • Hiking together during #LatinxHeritageMonth

    I attended an excursion led by one of my co-workers through Trailhead Direct. It's an amazing pilot project co-led by King County Metro and King County Parks to provide public transportation and expand access to hiking destinations along I-90 near Seattle, Washington. Our hike at Poo Poo Point tr...
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  • Snoqualmie Pass, Washington

    Snoqualmie Pass Is the Perfect Snow Day Adventure Destination

    The Perfect Place for a Low-Key Snow Day! If you are looking for a low key snow day where you can play in some powder, Snoqualmie Pass is the PERFECT place to go!  Being from San Diego, my husband and I had never experienced powder like this before, and we finally figured out why everyone is obs...
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  • Gold Creek Pond, Washington

    Recreating Outdoors to Connect not Compete

    To start, I would like to share my gratitude for The Outbound Collective for giving me the opportunity to be part of their Writers Residency program in 2021.  Despite having my writing published by the collective I still find myself struggling with the imposter syndrome that comes from being a r...
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  • Ashford, Washington

    A World-Class Trek: Backpacking the Wonderland Trail around Mount Rainier

    The Wonderland Trail is 93 miles long, includes 22,000' of elevation gain and loss, and circumnavigates the tallest point in Washington: Mt. Rainier. It is a world-class hike that has been on my mind for years. Finally being able to complete it was such a wonderful feeling, but it wasn't an easy ...
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  • Kachess Lake, Washington

    Between Two Lakes

    This was one of those times that if we knew what we were getting into we would have thought twice. I found a twelve and a half-mile loop in an area we'd been curious about between Kachess Lake and Lake Cle Elum. I made the loop by connecting Kachess Ridge Trail, Silver Creek Tie, Domerie Peak T...
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  • Lake Serene, Washington

    Searching for Serenity on the Hike to Lake Serene

    We went into this hike knowing it was 8 miles round trip and a portion of it being 1300 feet straight up in 1.3 miles. We expected the weather to be really snotty and rainy, but it was a lot better than we expected.  Typically, this would just be your normal hike, but for Em, HAHA NOOOOOOO. Eve...
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