A shovel makes its way through WTA's trail maintenance program
The rich history of fire lookouts in Washington state
Web meet-up groups help hikers get together
We test three of the new lightweight canister stoves
Inside the life of those whistling kings of the alpine high country
Three alternatives proposed for washed-out Dosewallips Road
A backpacking trip on the Chelan Summit Trail during fire season
WTA works on trails and helps build friendships in the Mount Baker region
Three teen girls bond on annual backpacking trips
Geocaching gets techies into the outdoors.
The joys and challenges of hiking Mount Rainier's Wonderland Trail with kids
Four lanterns to illuminate your backcountry campsite
The secret lives of black bears
Golden Horn offers a treasure trove of climbing, skiing and hiking
A volunteer's tale of a WTA Backcountry Response Team to Royal Basin
Hiking in a forest ecosystem reveals more than just trees: an intricate web of interdependent nature.
Print and go this month-by-month visual wildflower guide from Washington Trails magazine May/June 2012 issue.
Joan Burton talks with four Washington landscape artists about their methods and their inspiration
Three multi-purpose packs for day hikes or overnight trips
The best short hikes to get your fix of alpine high country