A plant geek's trek to the high meadows of Olympic National Park
WTA's BCRT trips take trail work deeper into wilderness
WTA examines the user fees proposal put forth by Washington's Department of Natural Resources
Help shape the future of larch and ponderosa pine country.
Never lose a day of hiking to yard work! A few tips to make gardening easy.
Natural and Prehistoric Human History in Mount Rainier National Park
This may be the Evergreen State, but there's plenty of fall color if you know where to look.
King County Parks employee Jack Simonson helps build a path to ecotourism in a rural Honduran village
Take a hike in South America's premiere hiking region
Three classic backpacking trips in the Olympics, the Goat Rocks and the Glacier Peak Wilderness
With a mountain as vast and splendid as Mount Rainier, how do you choose where to hike and camp? We offer five can't-miss selections
You've seen skunk cabbage along the trail, but how much do you really know about it?
Washington Trails Jan+Feb 2012 Nature on Trail feature, "Bear in Mind" by Tami Asars. Rehabilitating bears using Karelian bear dogs.
The PCT. Three little letters with an intense psychological pull, three little letters that have lured hikers into the wilderness. In this feature, WTA follows the trail and its hikers as they wind through Washington's most sublime scenery.
Helpful tips and subtle strategies that will make your nature photographs turn out better than ever.
We go behind the scenery to give hikers the scoop on seven new trails to enjoy in 2011
A parent who regularly takes six kids camping shares his insights
What backcountry eating style is best for you? Find out here
How to do it >> Advice and inspiration for a life on ice
Great hikes in the Methow, on the Olympic Peninsula, and near Mount Adams, plus some bed and breakfasts that are a great value.