Ancient Lakes-Loop to Loop

  Ancient Lakes-Loop to Loop by Andy Dappen The November shoulder season has descended like rain from heaven. Actually, it has descended because of the rain from heaven. A frigid and unpleasant mixt... Read More...

Salomon Adv Skin 5 Hydration Vest

Salomon Adv Skin 5 Hydration Vest Gear Review By Dana Kerr Dana Kerr wearing the Salmon Adv Skin 5 Set Hydration Vest. The Salomon Adv Skin 5 Hydration Vest is my first ever running vest, and I am imp... Read More...

Wenatchee-City Runs

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...

A Troika of Mark

Marc Dilley leading Awareness Drooling. by Andy Dappen Two ancient climbers and a young, strong one went to Frenchman Coulee (Riverview Park) on Thursday to catch some rays before the onset of the sport clim... Read More...

The Case for Quilts

The Case for Quilts by Andy Dappen There are a few things that I do really well –I can eat and breathe with the best. But when life gets complicated, say when it’s time to get some sleep, I’m conspicuously in... Read More...

From Road to Dirt

From Road to Dirt – Making the Transition to Trail Running by Adam Vognild I was recently asked when I first started trail running. It made me pause and think back to what nudged me from pavement to dirt. ... Read More...

Ellensburg Round Trip

by Ray Birks As tailwinds go, usually if you get a nice one you tend to pay for it later. Most often Karma seems to be in cahoots with Mother Nature, evening things out to keep you humble. But sometimes the sh... Read More...

Vantage Sand Dunes

The cliff-lined coulees and desert landscape around Frenchman Coulee and Echo Basin (near Vantage) gives visitors some different daydreaming opportunities. For starters the scenery is right out of a Spaghetti W... Read More...

Slithering Fauna

Written by Timothy Hohn, pictures provided by Ian Garrison “Snake!” someone suddenly cries. There’s a momentary paralysis among all who are nearby, now alert to a perceived danger. In the next few seconds, an ... Read More...