Adios, John Wayne
The cross-state route has been reborn under a new name. Horse-drawn wagons still welcome.
Scale the crag—or hike a more solid footpath—for lush views of fruit orchards.
Washington’s got more than 100 of them, and from half-acre grounds to cross-state trails, our state parks are a whole different kind of wild.
And museum trustee John Purvis has been working with airplanes for about as long.
The Columbia River
But the Gorge-born sport isn’t taking the wind out of windsurfing.
From the lake to the mouth, make the most of your next trip along the river.
Bike activists and urbanists are warring with local neighbors over remodeling the greenspace into a set of bike trails and pedestrian paths vs. leaving it in its natural habitat.