Hike Bearhead Mountain

Formerly the site of an old fire lookout, Bearhead Mountain located in the Clearwater Wilderness, provides great unobstructed views of the north side of Mount Rainier, Little Tahoma, and many other s.

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Explore Cape Flattery and Hobuck Beach

Cape Flattery, the most northwesterly point of the lower contiguous 48 states is accessed via an easy trail which includes many board walks and sets of stairs.

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Whitewater Raft the Green River Gorge

The Green River Gorge is one of the best whitewater options within an hour of the Seattle area.

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Soak in Shepherd Hot Springs

Located a short distance from US 395 near Mammoth/Yosemite Airport, Shepherd Hot Spring provides a great opportunity to relax while taking in spectacular views of the Eastern Sierras and surrounding .

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Hike and Fish the Tatoosh Lakes

Located just south of Mountain Rainier National Park, Tatoosh Lakes and Tatoosh Wilderness area are a great hiking destination to find scenic views, wildflowers, wildlife, and two beautiful alpine la.

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Relax at Tahoe's Chimney Beach

Located on the East Bank of Lake Tahoe along Highway 28, Chimney Beach is a great alternative to the more popular and heavily used beaches which can be quite a challenge to gain access due to the par.

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Backpack to Remmel Mtn. & Four Point Lake

Remmel Mountain (8685 ft), the former site of a fire lookout, is a massive pile of granite and a wonderful destination for panoramic views of the rugged Pasayten Wilderness.

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Backpack to Cathedral Lakes and Amphitheater Mountain

Located in the Pasayten Wilderness and surrounded by Amphitheater Mountain and Cathedral Peak, Cathedral Lakes are a great destination for a multi-day backpacking trip.

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Raft the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River

The Wild and Scenic Clackamas River above the North Fork Reservoir is a great destination for paddlers and only about an hour drive from downtown Portland. This popular 13.

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Hike to Little Lakes Valley in the John Muir Wilderness

The Little Lakes Valley located in the John Muir Wilderness provides easy access to spectacular views of High Sierra peaks as well as a long list of beautiful alpine lakes.

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Hike the Upper Foothills Trail along the Carbon River

The upper Foothills Trail from the Fairfax Bridge to Manley Moore can be hiked starting from either end as an "out and back" hike or a "point to point" by shuttling with two vehicles.

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Float the Wild and Scenic Owyhee River

OverviewLocated in remote southeastern Oregon the Owyhee River offers an off the grid adventure through the high desert that you will not soon forget.

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Hike and Fly-Fish Jone's Hole Creek

Starting from the Jone's Hole National Fish Hatchery the trail follows spring fed Jone's Hole Creek 4 miles to its confluence with the Green River.

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Photograph the Elusive Beehive Geyser

Located in the Upper Geyser Basin along the banks of the Firehole River is the world famous Old Faithful geyser which is typically seen as a "must do" on any trip to Yellowstone National Park.

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Hike to Greenwater Lakes

Following along the Greenwater River, family friendly Greenwater lakes Trail #1176 which has minimal elevation gain, winds through a lush green mossy old growth forest.

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Whitewater Raft the Selway River

The Selway is one of the original eight Wild and Scenic Rivers designated in 1968.

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Hike the Similkameen Trail

The Similkameen Trail is a short section of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail(PNT) as it heads west from the the town of Oroville, WA following an old railroad grade in the heart of the Oka.

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Whitewater Raft the Gates of Lodore in Dinosaur National Monument

Starting from the Lodore Ranger Station in Colorado the trip begins as a mild float before the Green River abruptly cuts through the Uinta Mountains in an area named The Gates of Lodore.

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Hike Leadbetter Point State Park

Located off the beaten path at the northern end of the Long Beach Peninsula, Leadbetter Point State Park is great year around destination to explore in Southwest Washington.

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Whitewater Raft the Main Salmon River

The section of the Salmon River between Corn Creek and Carey Creek, known as the "Main" among boaters, flows through the second deepest canyon on the continent (only Hells Canyon is deeper).

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Float Down the Sauk River

The Sauk River is one the most beautiful rivers to boat in Washington with spectacular mountain views, an undeveloped forested river corridor, and continuous intermediate class III whitewater.

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Hike Gingko Petrified Forest Interpretive Trails

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Hike to Windy Peak, Pasayten Wilderness

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Explore and Camp the Potholes Seep Lakes

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Boat through Hollywood Gorge, Toutle River

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