The Cascade Range or Cascades is a major mountain range of western North America, extending from southern British Columbia through Washington and Oregon to Northern California. It includes both non-volcanic mountains, such as the North Cascades, and the notable volcanoes known as the High Cascades. ~Wikipedia
While waiting for the deeper snow to settle, we resorted to what some refer to as a dumpster dive.
K9 was a surprise find when my friend and I spotted it from Windy Mountain back in January.
Mailbox Peak had become super popular over the years since our first trip from a decade ago.
For hikes as straightforward as Lyman Hill, pup and I tend to get ourselves into a pickle.
Seven years had passed since our first trip on Low Mountain.
Green Mountain near North Bend has always been one of my favorite off-season destinations.
Five and a half years had passed since our bear encounter on Taylor Mountain.
We welcomed the New Year atop Granite Mountain in the crisp, albeit subfreezing, air.
This year I managed to rally two friends to help spice up the typically low-key outing.
Some refer to Devils Mountain as a "dumpster dive" destination or the backup of a backup plan.
Today I took the pup up to Poo Poo Point where he visited for the first time.
I finally discovered the shortcut up to the Powerline Trail behind our neighborhood.