Quote of the Month:

“Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” — John Muir

Hiking

Pine Ridge Trail
Parent Category: Eastern Washington
in Hiking
Created: 25 July 2017

One of the reasons of immense popularity of Kamiak Butte County Park is the Pine Ridge Trail, which meandering along the forested slopes of the butte gives the hikers a wonderful chance to enjoy in full the beauty of this County Park, as well as the uniqueness of the Palouse area, surrounding the butte.

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Dusty Lake 33
Parent Category: Hiking
in Quincy
Created: 18 May 2014

The Quincy Wildlife Recreation Area is famous for its’ unusual and unique beauty. Sparkling lakes, which are located in the deep coulees, attract a great number of hikers. The ecosystem here is also unusual, to be more concrete, usual desert ecology is combined with desert riparian ecology.

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Ancient Lakes 37
Parent Category: Hiking
in Quincy
Created: 18 May 2014

There are numerous reasons to visit Quincy wildlife Recreation Area and its’ Ancient Lakes. The nature here is unusually unique: deep coulees, lakes, wildflowers and a waterfall in a real desert. Spring is considered to be the best time for visiting this place.

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Frenchman Coulee 67
Parent Category: Hiking
in Quincy
Created: 17 April 2014

Frenchman Coulee is a perfect destination not only for the hikers, but also for climbers. Summer is the most “hot” season, because rock climbers come here to enjoy these tall basalt columns that form the coulee walls. Frenchman Coulee located near Quincy, Washington and is rated as moderate. The trail is accessible year-round.

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Cowiche Canyon 39
Parent Category: Hiking
in Yakima
Created: 23 April 2014

Cowiche Canyon Conservancy Area is considered to be a perfect area for outdoor recreation. It offers visitors great hiking opportunities, as well as biking, cross-country skiing, wildlife and bird watching. Cowiche Canyon is located in Yakima and offers great possibilities to escape to peaceful slopes and cliffs, which are full of wildlife.

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Palouse Falls 3
Parent Category: Hiking
Created: 07 May 2014

Palouse Falls State Park is a 105-acres day-use park with numerous opportunities for camping, hiking, kayaking, wildlife and bird viewing. The jewel of the park is a well-known Palouse Falls, it falls from the height of 198 feet into a “bowl” carved out of the black rock.

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Horsethief Butte Trail 49
Parent Category: Dallesport
Created: 12 May 2014

The Horsethief Butte Trail can be found in Columbia Hills State Park, the South Cascades. The Butte is the jewel of this area; it is situated near a beautiful 90-acre lake. From the top of the horseshoe-shaped natural monument visitors enjoy breathtaking and spectacular views.

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