Samantha Larson

Seattle, Jackson Hole, Cedar City

Displaying results 101 - 124 of 124
  1. Salmon La Sac Sno-Park

    Seattle

    The snowmobile trails at Salmon La Sac also make for fun fat bike rides.

  2. From Gym to Crag: A Preview of ROCK Project Tour 2015 in Seattle

    Seattle

    With appearances from pro climbers like Tommy Caldwell, clinics, and a rocking party, ROCK Project Tour 2015 is a must for Seattle climbers.

  3. An Insider’s Guide to the Best Camping Spots in Washington State

    Seattle

    From alpine peaks to tide pools, Washington has a spectacular variety when it comes to the best camping spots in the state.

  4. The 6 Most Epic Ultramarathons in Washington

    Seattle

    The most epic ultramarathons in Washington will blow your mind, whether or not you want to actually run one.

  5. Bikes and Coffee: 4 Places in Seattle That Celebrate Both

    Seattle

    Bikes and coffee are two of Seattle's passions, and these four spots around town do a great job combining them both.

  6. Lake Wenatchee State Park

    Seattle

    Meticulously groomed cross-country trails twist through the forest and alongside Lake Wenatchee and its river.

  7. Methow Valley

    Seattle

    With an extensive network of excellently groomed trails, it's hard to go wrong with a day at Methow Valley.

  8. Methow Valley Fat Biking

    Seattle

    Methow Valley's winter trials aren't just for cross-country skiers anymore: now fat tire bikers can get in on the fun.

  9. Mount Rainier National Park

    Seattle

    Backcountry tour around the summit that defines the Seattle skyline.

  10. Skykomish River

    Seattle

    The 9-mile stretch of Skykomish River from Big Eddy to Sultan is a class II paddle with some beautiful scenery and wildlife.

  11. Stevens Pass - Backcountry Skiing

    Seattle

    Stevens Pass offers infinite possibilities for backcountry touring.

  12. Wenatchee River

    Seattle

    This 16-mile stretch of Class II rapids is really good option for beginner and intermediate paddlers who want to conquer a weekend kayaking trip.

  13. White Pass - Cross Country Skiing

    Seattle

    White Pass offers family friendly cross-country skiing on well-groomed trails.

  14. North Cascades

    Seattle

    Snowshoeing from the Mt. Baker Ski Area to Artist Point leads to breathtaking views of the Cascades.

  15. Olympic National Park

    Seattle

    Snowshoeing up to Hurricane Hill or Eagle Point in winter will show you a dramatically beautiful side of Olympic National Park.

  16. Snoqualmie Pass Showshoeing

    Seattle

    Less than an hour outside of Seattle, it would be hard to imagine having easier access to such a vast winter wonderland.

  17. Pedal Power: Seattle Bicycle Master Plan Rolls Forward in 2016

    Seattle

    Improvements to the Seattle Bicycle Master Plan means cyclists can feel safer pedaling in the city. Here, a few reasons to applaud.

  18. Fat Biking in Washington: What to Know

    Seattle

    It's still a relatively new winter sport, but there are plenty of places to try out fat biking in Washington. Here's where to find them.

  19. Alone on the Wall: Alex Honnold Doesn't Think He's So Crazy

    Seattle

    World-class climber Alex Honnold talked to RootsRated about his new book, Alone on the Wall, on tour in Seattle Nov. 19 and Dec. 3.

  20. 6 Family-Friendly Hikes in Seattle Perfect for a Thanksgiving Outing

    Seattle

    From waterfalls to lakes to great urban parks, these family-friendly hikes in Seattle are perfect for a a pre- or post-feast outing.

  21. 5 Great Late-Season Backpacking Trips in Washington

    Seattle

    From golden larch trees to solitude, hiking in fall has plenty of perks. Here, 5 great spots for late-season backpacking trips in Washington

  22. 6 Perfect Places for Mountain Biking in Washington this Fall

    Seattle

    Brisk temperatures and beautiful fall foliage make autumn a great season for mountain biking in Washington. Here's where to go.

  23. Six Most Instagram-Worthy Spots in Cedar City

    Cedar City

    Cedar City is full of photogenic locales that do almost all that legwork for you—no filter needed.

  24. Taking the Scenic Route: Three Cedar City Byways to See This Summer

    Cedar City

    From a drive that peeks into a geologic amphitheater more than 2,000 feet deep, to a highway that cuts through crimson colored cliffs, to a route that connects several of Utah’s famous national parks, here are some of our favorite scenic drives.