By Brian Holt
This story was originally published on 1/30/15.
In September I moved to Wenatchee from the Southeast. Growing up in South Carolina, there was little opportunity to go skiin... Read More...
By Adam Vognild
On September 1, 2017 Chelan County Mountain Rescue Association Volunteers got the text at 4:30 a.m. that two personal locator beacons (PLBs) were deployed near the summit ... Read More...
Leroy—Carne Loop on Ice
by Jim Brisbine
Seven-Fingered Jack (9100’)
North Spectacle Butte (8080’+)
October 4-7, 2017
For our annual Golden Larch Trip this year, Doug, Fay, Lisa, Steve, Deb, Brian, and Eile... Read More...
Reflections from the PCT: 2,658 Miles of Trail, Triumph and Trials
by Hannah Kiser and Chelan Pauly
Chelan very top middle in the hat, and her trail family at the Canada border. The Naked Suncups made it... Read More...
Image Lake Backpack
by Jim Brisbine
Sitting Bull Mtn (7789’)
Plummer Mtn (7870’)
September 15-18, 2017
Editors Note-Central Washington residents likely want to plan a slightly different route that intersec... Read More...
This is the sixth installment of Hannah Kiser’s and Chelan Pauly’s epic 2,660 mile journey to hike the entire Pacific Crest Trail. It should be noted that Chelan and Hannah have at the moment parted ways, due t... Read More...
Class getting ready to rock and roll. From left to right front: John, Kade, and Janet. Back: Jocelyn, Jamie, Teresa, and Charlie.
Article by Charlie Hickenbottom. Photos by Jocelyn Flitton.
The "School of Ro... Read More...
Charlie...when he's not teaching.
Charlie Hickenbottom, a third-grade teacher at Lewis and Clark Elementary School, has been pegged by his fellow teachers as a man who “teaches when ... Read More...
Onward on Point Lake toward Red Rock Lake.
Coppermine River Slideshow
by Andy Dappen
We flew for hours and nowhere on the land below were the signs of human machinery not obvious –roads, towns, c... Read More...
Cashmere, Caroline and Cannonballs
by Mark Shaffer
With snow in the forecast for the high country, I knew that I would have to escape to the mountains very soon if I wanted to have a dry, fair-weather alpine ... Read More...