Douglas Scott

Dubois, Seattle, Portland, Bishop

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  1. Elwha

    Seattle

    Precariously perched along a wet rocky outcropping at the mouth of a majestic box canyon, Goblins Gate, on the Elwha River, is beyond beautiful. Large rocks resembling salmon fins jut out of the milky river, contrasting sharply against the blues and...

  2. The Magical Rainforests of Olympic National Park

    Seattle

    From the remote and rugged secret stashes, to the well-known classics, here is a guide to the magical rainforests of Olympic National Park.

  3. 7 Incredible Olympic Hikes Close to Seattle

    Seattle

    From the airy summit of Mount Ellinor to the glacial waters near Royal Basin, here are some of the best Olympic hikes close to Seattle.

  4. Fire on the Mountain: The Queets Rainforest up in Flames

    Seattle

    The Paradise Fire, as it's become known, is threatening to destroy the Queets Rainforest of Olympic National Park—one of America's only remaining rainforest ecosystems.

  5. Introducing One of the Best Undiscovered Half Marathons in Washington State

    Seattle

    It's possible that you've never heard of the Buckhorn Mountain Trail; it's arguably one of the greatest undiscovered half marathon trail runs in Washington State.

  6. Home Sweet Home: A Journey Up the Skokomish

    Seattle

    The journey to the Home Sweet Home Camp, in the Staircase Region of Olympic National Park, is easily one of the best backpacking trips you can take in the Pacific Northwest.

  7. 5 Amazing High Alpine Lakes to Explore in Olympic National Park

    Seattle

    Olympic National Park is more than just ridges, rainforests, and coastal scenery; it's also home to some of the most amazing alpine lakes in the country.

  8. Watching Killer Whales Under the Shadows of Glaciers

    Seattle

    Under the shadows of glaciers and volcanoes, surrounded by old growth forests and wild beaches, the waters off of Port Angeles are home to some of the best whale-watching in the world.

  9. 5 Amazing Fall Hikes in Olympic National Park

    Seattle

    With 912 mile of trails to choose from in Olympic National Park, finding the perfect trail can be tough. Here, our guide to the best fall hikes in Olympic National Park.

  10. Escaping Interstate 5: The Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

    Seattle

    Home to seals, river otters, and over 275 migratory species of birds, the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge feels worlds away from the chaos of nearby Interstate 5 and downtown Seattle.

  11. Double Cabin Campground - Camping

    Dubois

    GPS Coordinates: 43.80618, -109.56005 Sitting at the border of the Washakie Wilderness, the camping at Double Cabin Campground is remote and beautiful. Spend your weekend (or longer), hiking, relaxing, and enjoying nature.

  12. Table Mountain - Hiking

    Dubois

    Table Mountain is close to downtown Dubois and offers spectacular views of the surrounding badlands.

  13. 10 Amazing Places to See Along the Oregon Coast

    Portland

    From incredible lighthouses and shipwrecks to hidden coves and stunning beaches, the Oregon Coast is one of America’s best areas for outdoor exploration.

  14. Five Pockets - Hiking

    Dubois

    This relatively easy hike at elevation is a great day trip on its own, or is a good training hike for a longer, more strenuous backpacking trip.

  15. Wind River KOA - Camping

    Dubois

    The campground is in the heart of Dubois, about a tenth of a mile off the main road, so it’s incredibly easy to access. You’ll also find a variety of amenities here, making your stay very comfortable.

  16. Bonneville Pass - Hiking

    Dubois

    Climbing up to the Continental Divide, the hike to Bonneville Pass is a stunning trek full of incredible views, breathtaking wilderness and gorgeous wildflowers.