Things to know


To Build a Fire

by Andy Dappen Nightfall was dropping like a curtain over the snowy ridge we were skiing. Tom Janisch and I were peering over a short drop we could jump but could probably not re-climb. Beyond this impedimen... Read More...

Equestrian Skijoring

So you thought Skijoring was for the dogs. Think again. Skijoring was coined in the 1920's by the Norwegians to mean "ski drive." It is the action of being pulled over snow or ice on skis by a horse, dog or mot... Read More...

Our Beloved Saddle Rock

A video produced by our local North 40 Productions and sponsored by local Chelan Douglas Land Trust. We are a community that blends fantastic conservation efforts and outdoor recreation opportunities. Lets keep... Read More...

Transceiver Interference

Transceiver Interference by Andy Dappen An interesting article from Avalanche Canada is posted below about interfering electronics and objects that might render your avalanche transceiver useless. Dista... Read More...

Cascades Rock

Blake Herrington has created a book called Cascades Rock which has now been published and is for sale. The book covers everything from popular roadside climbs to never-repeated alpine adventures. Below are e... Read More...

Mud is Our March Madness

Note: This article by Susan Ballinger was first published in The Wenatchee World on February 21st, 2014 as a "Culture of Conservation" post within Community Connections. However, muddy trails (especially on nor... Read More...

Nice A.S.S.

If you clicked on this post because you thought WenatcheeOutdoors had finally resorted to porn, you’ll be sorely disappointed. This post is about Adventure Skate Skiing (ASS), which is a term coined by Jonathan... Read More...