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Jerry Baker has ridden every Seattle to Portland cycling event. With his advice and a little hard work, you can start your own streak.
Getting up close and personal with bald eagles is inspiring, impressive, even a little intimidating. Best of all, though, it’s easy.
If you want to try Washington’s best bivalve, grab a bucket and head to the beach.
Discover the bounty of the sea from a beach house on the Oregon Coast.
Lia Steakley Dicker
See the secret side of the San Juans by sailboat.
Spot shrimping in Hood Canal isn’t glamorous, but there’s nothing like trapping your own dinner.
This ain’t your granddad’s Spokane.
Bury your head in the sand in search of giant geoducks and your Pacific Northwest wings.
A diver discovers unearthly—and inhuman—delights beneath the sea.
Great outdoor summer adventures in the water, on the ground, and high in the sky.
It involves splitting up the airport's two biggest carriers. (And yes, there will be new amenities.)
Partly inspired by the Rajneeshes, innovative company Hand2Mouth presents a “mind experiment” for 2017.
The green nonprofit makes conservation profitable.
Up next? The nonprofit is buying Movie Madness.
Students get dirty with Ecology in Classrooms & Outdoors.
Backed by advertising giant Wieden & Kennedy, <i>On She Goes</i> already has a lot going on.
Mount Rainier’s Paradise Inn is open again—and summer may never be the same.
The proactive Seattleite’s* guide to enjoying a super-sliding, high-flying, great-dining time at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
* Yes, we know you’re already proactive, but this isn’t standing in line for the latest cellphone. This is t
Kathryn Robinson and James Ross Gardner
For Kurt and Anne Kutay—and thousands of travelers—that first dance became a rumba round the world.
A novice boatbuilder needs help to keep his project afloat.
Lawrence W. Cheek
From water to wine.
Lia Steakley Dicker
Which Oktoberfest is your Oktoberfest?
Wake up to Nordic skiing and trainspotting in Essex, Montana, after a sleeper car slumber party.
How a logging town turned vampire lit into tourism lifeblood.
Leavenworth hosts 20 festivals a year, most notably Oktoberfest, a three-weekend bacchanal that draws some 10,000 visitors.
James Ross Gardner
Scavenger hunts for the high-tech crowd.