Quest to Become a Slacker

by Molly Steere Like all good sports, slacklining has endured its ‘bad boy’ phase and is now becoming a fully integrated and accepted sport. From its Camp Four birth to its present-day popularity on campuses a... Read More...

Douglas Creek-South End

A fun ride or walk up the Douglas Creek canyon on smooth gravel roads, rocky gravel roads, and single track. Lots of wildlife to be viewed in the canyon as it is the only source of water around. The route s... Read More...

Colockum-Tarpiscan to Cape Horn

Words and pictures by Ken Longley Located in the nearly 100,000 acre Colockum Wildlife area, this hike is a wonderful experience.  Drive 13 miles south of Wenatchee on the Malaga Alcoa Hwy to the junction of... Read More...

Sun Lakes Dry Falls Loop

Sun Lakes - Dry Falls Loop Hike by Fred Stanley In early January minimal snow cover offered excellent hiking east of the Columbia.  On bare, dry ground, Lori Contratto, Fred Dunham, and I explored a portion... Read More...

Wenatchee City-Walk or Run

Running – there’s no quicker way to get outdoors. There’s also no easier, cheaper way to acquire the frequent aerobic exercise a body needs to stay fit. And, around these parts, there’s no need to contend with ... Read More...

Ephrata Community Trails

by Ray Birks and Andy Dappen Attractions: Open shrub steppe riding on good trails that drain well, make this a good place to ride in spring (flowers and greenery), fall (blonde grasses and golden light), and,... Read More...

Winter Warmth

Winter Warmth by Andy Dappen and WenOut board members Andy Dappen is the WenOut Board Chair and an all-around outdoor enthusiast. Winter is backcountry skiing time for him. Finally I’m beginning to s... Read More...