Douglas squirrels, those noisy seed collectors of the deep forest.
Taking the train to hikes and a backcountry lodge in Montana's Glacier National Park
Trail standards differ, depending on users and landscape.
The pleasures of hiking during the turn of seasons
A summer spent getting to trailheads by transit and mountain bike
Take a load off your legs with a pair of hiking poles
A springtime escape to Sedona, Arizona, for red rock and vortexes
In a special section of Washington Trails, we offer tips and inspiration to get young people in the outdoors.
How longtime hiking advocates began working for trails--and how you can too
People with disabilities seek out hiking opportunities--but still face obstacles
Journey to Washington's lesser-known wilderness areas for a change of pace
Four uniquely designed tents shake up the sleepy world of shelters
A scramble up King County's highest peak offers astounding views
A backpacking trip into the little-explored central Pasayten Wilderness
Ruth Kirk has built trails, written 37 books and served as a ranger at Olympic and Mount Rainer National Parks
WTA expands its trail work schedule in Eastern and Southwest Washington
A huckleberry bounty: six hikes + one sweet recipe + one savory recipe
Allison Woods reviews backcountry dining ware from pots and pans to sporks
Techniques for crossing streams and rivers safely
Dave Schiefelbein's photo essay covering a week in the Northern Picket Range