Samantha Larson

Seattle, Jackson Hole, Cedar City

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  1. Ruth Mountain

    Seattle

    For all you experienced adventurers out there, a 12-mile roundtrip trek up glacial Ruth Mountain is a great way to spend a day or two.

  2. Marmot Pass

    Seattle

    Easily one of the most amazing hikes in the Olympic Mountain Range. An absolute must do!

  3. Northern Loop Trail

    Seattle

    The Northern Loop Trail is a 15.5 mile offshoot of the Wonderland Trail on Mt. Rainier, and is considered the most pristine wilderness in Mt. Rainier Park.

  4. Goat Rocks Wilderness Pacific Crest Trail

    Seattle

    Goat Rocks Wilderness is a massive wilderness area with stunning scenery: wildflowers, mountain views, alpine forests, and ancient volcanic geological formations.

  5. Rainy Pass to Harts Pass PCT

    Seattle

    The trip between Rainy and Hart's Pass is a fairly moderate trip with mostly level hiking and a few uphill climbs, ridges, and switchbacks.

  6. Olympic National Park Wilderness Coast

    Seattle

    Olympic National Park is easily one of the most beautiful and impressive parks in America. There are endless recreational opportunities and you could spend a lifetime exploring its beaches, ridges, and forests.

  7. Mercer Island Loop

    Seattle

    Enjoy stunning views of Lake Washington, Mt. Rainier, and the Cascade Range as you cycle around Mercer Island.

  8. Mt. Ellinor

    Seattle

    The trail to the summit of Mt. Ellinor is a 6.2-mile round trip with lots of elevation gain. It's challenging but well worth it.

  9. Lake Serene

    Seattle

    Lake Serene is nestled at the top of a 2000 ft. climb up Mt. Index. Reward yourself with a refreshing swim after the hike.

  10. Wallace Falls State Park

    Seattle

    The power and majesty on show at Wallace Falls State Park elicits feelings of wonder and awe for anyone lucky enough to visit.

  11. Mount Si

    Seattle

    Mount Si offers the most popular hiking in Washington. Here you can enjoy sweeping views of the Puget Sound Basin and Snoqualmie Valley.

  12. Saint Edward State Park

    Seattle

    This 386-acre park in Kenmore was once an old Catholic seminary. Now it's got hiking and biking trails and Lake Washington beach access.

  13. Seattle-Area Skiing: A Handy Guide for the 2015-2016 Season

    Seattle

    Seattle-area skiing is some of the country's best, and now is prime time to go. Here, a handy guide for the 2015-2016 season.

  14. Beating the Winter Blues: How to Avoid Seasonal Depression in Seattle

    Seattle

    Constantly gray skies can dampen any adventurer's spirit. Avoid the winter blues with these 7 tips to avoid seasonal depression in Seattle.

  15. 10 Outdoorsy New Year's Resolutions for Seattle-Area Adventurers

    Seattle

    2016 is here: Get ready for an awesomely adventurous year with these 10 outdoorsy New Year's resolutions aimed at active types in Seattle.

  16. Gold Bar Boulders

    Seattle

    The Gold Bar Boulders probably afford the best climbing near Seattle. The granite rock has some excellent friction, and the natural settings provide a wonderful backdrop.

  17. Leavenworth - Climbing

    Seattle

    Leavenworth is one of the best bouldering towns in Washington. While it's known for its trad climbing, there are still plenty of bolted routes and amazing boulders as well.

  18. Mt. Pilchuck

    Seattle

    Mt. Pilchuck is a very popular hiking destination on the western edge of the Cascades, featuring a 5.4-mile out-and-back trail, which leads to an extremely scenic summit.

  19. Mount Townsend

    Seattle

    The 8-mile roundtrip hike to the summit of Mount Townsend is a local favorite for Seattle residents, loaded with stellar panoramic views of the city, Puget Sound, and surrounding peaks.

  20. Camp Muir on Mount Rainier

    Seattle

    Hiking or backpacking to Camp Muir in Mt. Rainier National Park is a trek that you will never forget, full of amazing scenery, challenging trails, and plenty of bragging rights.

  21. High Rock Lookout

    Seattle

    Breathtaking views, staggering heights, and awesome panoramic views are waiting for you on the little known High Rock Lookout Trail, just a few miles outside of Mount Rainier National Park.

  22. Boulder River

    Seattle

    Each season brings something different to this great year-round trail. Lose yourself in old-growth Pacific Northwest forest and scenic waterfalls.

  23. Bridle Trails State Park Trail Running

    Seattle

    This "wilderness in the city" offers great, easy-going trail runs.

  24. Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park

    Seattle

    With 36 miles of trails only 15 miles from downtown, Cougar Mountain Wildland Park is a trail runner's paradise.

  25. The Summit at Snoqualmie

    Seattle

    The Summit at Snoqualmie is just a short drive from Seattle and has four areas -- Summit West, Summit Central, Summit East, and Alpental -- offering something for everyone.