Meditations on Toleak Point
How to help the WTA protect trails through your workplace giving campaign.
The Columbia River Gorge with waterfalls, wildflowers, cool rocks and grand views, you'll be back soon
Read this piece and next time you hit the trail you'll know more about the geologic forces that give us such great scenery.
A hiking family tests a summer's worth of camping gear. Get their feedback before you shop
Photographer John D'Onofrio takes us on a stroll along Rialto Beach
Four edible wild plants and recipes to go with them.
Capturing images and memories on a three-day journey into Olympic National Park.
WTA's new Trail Programs Director learns the ropes
Three great areas for beginning snowshoers
A look at lightweight gear and some tips on how to carry less weight while backpacking
A few great spots to go for the "Golden Hour," an excellent time for photography right around sunrise and sunset.
Spend a fall weekend checking out the trail work WTA youth crews completed between Hart Lake and Lyman Lakes
Staying hydrated is important! Here, we compare four new hydration bladders. Find out which ones pass the "leak test."
WTA's volunteers have improved the hiking opportunities found in our state parks.
Think you know your volcanoes? Check your knowledge against these profiles of Washington's beg cones. From north to south...
Tips on improving your physical condition
Five hikers step up to the plate to test outdoor gear for you
A look at the mountain on the thirtieth anniversary of its May 18, 1980 eruption
WTA intern Sarah Rich gets her first taste of the Cascades, and mountain camaraderie, on Volunteer Vacation