Samantha Larson

Seattle, Jackson Hole, Cedar City

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  1. Burke-Gilman Trail

    Seattle

    The Burke-Gilman Trail is a relatively flat and uninterrupted, paved two-lane path that runs 20 miles from Ballard to Kenmore. Great for Commuters!

  2. Mount Erie Climbing

    Seattle

    Mount Erie is a popular climbing spot, just an hour and a half from Seattle, with scattered crags on the south slope and spectacular views.

  3. Darrington Climbing

    Seattle

    Three O'Clock Rock is part of a series of granite domes in Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest and is known for it's clean slab and crack climbs.

  4. Index - Climbing

    Seattle

    Index offers climbing on world-class granite with good friction that is comparable to Squamish and has better friction than Yosemite. It is one of Washington's best spots for traditional climbing.

  5. Little Si - Exit 32 Climbing

    Seattle

    Little Si offers some great sport routes on volcanic rock; its close proximity to Seattle and the quaint town of North Bend make it easy to access.

  6. Lake Ingalls

    Seattle

    This 9-mile hike features a lot of elevation gain and some stellar scenery with lots of diversity.

  7. The Enchantments

    Seattle

    The Enchantments is a backpackers dream. It's one of the best routes in the nation.

  8. Pratt Lake Basin

    Seattle

    At 11 miles long and with pristine alpine lakes for a backdrop, this trail makes for a great day hike or overnighter.

  9. Chinook Pass PCT

    Seattle

    Chinook Pass, part of the Pacific Crest Trail, is known for its beautiful scenery, and clean trails.

  10. Blanca Lake Hiking

    Seattle

    Blanca Lake consists of a 7.5 mile round trip, and a 3300 ft. elevation gain. And strikingly colored glacial lakes.

  11. The Best Trail to Tavern Pairings Near Seattle

    Seattle

    There's no better post-adventure reward than a pint or two. Here are five toast-worthy picks for trail to tavern pairings in Washington.

  12. Tiger Mountain

    Seattle

    Tiger Mountain offers 16 miles of trails great for mountain biking, and is less than an hour's drive from Seattle.

  13. Duthie Hill

    Seattle

    Duthie Hill mountain bike park is just half an hour from Seattle and offers eight miles of intermediate to advanced trails.

  14. Night Skiing Near Seattle: Scoring Sweet Turns After Dark

    Seattle

    Night skiing near Seattle has a certain appeal: fewer crowds, no lift lines, and the chance to squeeze in some more turns. Here, how to do it.

  15. East Lake Sammamish Trail

    Seattle

    This partially paved 11-mile trail follows an old railroad route along the east side of Lake Sammamish.

  16. I-5 Colonnade Mountain Bike Skills Park

    Seattle

    This urban mountain bike park aims to give riders a place to hone their skills, regardless of their current skill levels. Great for all riders!

  17. Towers of Power Mountain Biking

    Seattle

    Maybe not the most scenic mountain biking you've ever done, but these routes are surprisingly a lot of fun!

  18. Stevens Pass

    Seattle

    Only about two hours from Seattle with a lot of annual snowfall, high elevations, and plenty of slopes and runs makes Stevens Pass a popular place for skiers and boarders of all levels.

  19. Crystal Mountain

    Seattle

    Located in the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, Crystal Mountain has diverse terrain, which is great for skiers and boarders of all skill levels.

  20. White Pass Skiing

    Seattle

    White Pass resort is all about family: it's owned and operated by a family, and it's slopes are perfectly suited for all members of the family, especially the young'uns.

  21. Mt. Baker

    Seattle

    Mt. Baker continues to set records for the amount of powder it continually receives. Skiers and boarders, you won't want to miss this prime winter sports destination.

  22. A Winter Weekend in Jackson Hole: What to Know, Where to Go

    Jackson Hole

    A winter weekend in Jackson Hole means world-class skiing, rocking apres, and plenty of off-the-slopes options. Here's what you need to know.

  23. 10 Must-Do Winter Adventures in Seattle

    Seattle

    The cold season means it's time to dig out the warm jacket, throw on the scarf, and get ready for one of these winter adventures in Seattle.

  24. Meet Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, Queen of the Mountains

    Seattle

    Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, the only woman to climb all 14 8000-meter peaks without supplemental oxygen, is speaking in Olympia on February 19.

  25. Surprise and Glacier Lake

    Seattle

    Surprise Lake is a glacier fed body of water that's nestled in the valley of Thunder and Spark Plug Mountains. Its beauty is truly staggering and surprising.