A 3 day trip into the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, that encompasses Rachel Lake, Rampart Lakes, Lila Lakes, and Alta Mt.
Hike a 5.5-mile loop to a small lake on the south side of Mount St. Helens, then cross the Worm Flows lava field to a waterfall on Swift Creek.
This 4 day, 60 mile trip into Glacier Peak Wilderness has a bit of everything, from lakes to glaciers to fire lookouts.
This 25-mile point-to-point in North Cascades National Park weaves past electric wildflower displays and climbs to an airy, 6,525-foot alpine pass.
Come for the sheer, glaciated peaks, but be mesmerized by rain-fed waterfalls that pour down on all sides along this weeklong trip in North Cascades National Park.
Take this beloved and well-maintained 6.6-mile trail through abundant greenery and past the enchanting Bridal Veil Falls to arrive at the snowy peaks of Mount Index reflecting in Lake Serene.
A classic out and back hike that encompasses all that is wild and original in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Difficult trails, an abundance of beautiful alpine lakes surrounded by massive granite outcroppings, jagged peaks, and an attendant herd of Mountain Goats. What’s not to love?
Washington's iconic 14,411-foot peak rises just five miles southwest of this route, and you'll get in-your-face views of it on this 12.5-mile loop in Mount Rainier National Park.
This 11-mile loop trail circles the new lake created by the 1980 eruption. Start along the northern lakeshore where summer wildflowers abound, then climb to the south ridge traverse for big views and to witness the effects of nature's fury—and recovery.
This 10.5-mile out-and-back in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness leads to Larch Lake, a backcountry pool rimmed with larch trees and 7,000-foot peaks.
Scramble a sneak route to the highest mountain in the Enchantment Range on this challenging, 11.3-mile out-and-back in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness.
This 6.7-mile lasso loop near Longmire travels through old-growth forest to Rampart Ridge, then drops to Kautz Creek for picture-perfect views of Mount Rainier.
Hike to one of the tallest waterfalls in the park, climb through a meadowland paradise, and crest 5,935-foot Mildred Point on this 6.2-mile hike.
Climb to unforgettable wildflower-filled meadows, then ascend even higher past turquoise pools to 6,800-foot Panhandle Gap, where views stretch out across Ohanapecosh Park.
Find plenty of raw adventure on the Pacific Northwest Trail while hiking a 120-mile roadless stretch from Cold Springs Camp to Ross Lake in Washington’s remote Pasayten Wilderness--the Lower 48’s longest such track outside of the John Muir Trail.
Explore Mount Rainier from nearly every angle on this classic, weeklong stretch of the Wonderland Trail in Mount Rainier National Park.
Gobble the PCT's tastiest morsel.
Explore an alpine oasis amid volcanic terrain along the crest of the Cascades.
Whether you want an uncrowded hike in Zion National Park or a five-miler through a gypsum dune field in New Mexico, our scouts have paved the way.
Orbit an alpine lake on the edge of North Cascades National Park.
We mapped nearly 300 miles of trail to bring you the only resource you'll need to jump-start your adventures in this premier park.
Scramble a class 3 route and claim your own private peak.
Climb through towering evergreens to in-your-face Cascade views.
Track beneath waterfalls and icicle-hung trees to a soothing soak.
Discover a hidden basin filled with wildlife, lakes, and granite peaks.
Cross a rugged coastline on the edge of Washington's Hoh Rainforest.
Tackle a challenging, rocky route in the shadow of America's most famous volcano.
Stroll through wildflower-filled meadows to a frozen slice of the Cascade Range.
Pack snowshoes for these nine epic treks to snowy solitude in the Pacific Northwest, Rockies, and Northeast.