Douglas Scott

Dubois, Yellowstone National Park, Olympic National Park, Columbia, Kansas City, St. Louis, Seattle, Klamath Falls, Flagstaff, State of Tennessee

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  1. Exploring Yellowstone National Park in Winter

    Yellowstone National Park

    Visiting Yellowstone National Park in winter is one of the greatest Rocky Mountain wilderness experiences anyone can have. Here's how to make it happen.

  2. 8 Reasons to Explore Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park is a nature lover's paradise and provides some of the most diverse and unique beauty of any national park.

  3. 10 Best Hikes in Missouri

    Columbia, Kansas City, St. Louis

    Missouri has some of the most amazing hiking destinations in the nation, yet many hikers overlook the stunning beauty of the Show-Me-State.

  4. 11 Amazing Places to See Along the Washington Coast


    Rugged, remote, and wild, the Washington Coast is one of the most gorgeous strips of land in the country. Here are some of its can't-miss destinations.

  5. Why Klamath Is the Perfect Place for the Entire Family to Visit

    Klamath Falls

    With 300 days of sun, scenic mountains, pristine lakes, and trails for all ages, Klamath County in south central Oregon is an excellent family destination for those looking to explore the beauty of the region.

  6. How to Spend 3 Days in Klamath County (According to a Local)

    Klamath Falls

    An unapped mine of outdoor recreation, you'll have no trouble filling your itinerary with world-class fishing, and epic kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and mountaineering.

  7. 7 Hikes in Oregon's Klamath County With Amazing Views

    Klamath Falls

    Located in the south central part of the state, Klamath County, Oregon, features hiking trails with breathtaking panoramic views from volcanic peaks, unrivaled mountaintop vistas, and seemingly endless high-alpine lakes to explore.

  8. 10 Amazing Places to See on the Northern Olympic Peninsula


    Home to dense forests, glacial-fed rivers, and fern-clad box canyons leading to waterfalls, there are few stretches of land more beautiful than the northern edge of the Olympic Peninsula.

  9. What It's Like to Run the Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim-Rim


    The Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim is one of the most grueling and awe-inspiring runs in America. Think you could add your name to the list of runners who have completed it?

  10. 14 Awesome Places to Camp in Tennessee

    State of Tennessee

    Whether you car camp, glamp, or backpack to a remote destination, these 14 camping spots are sure to inspire an adventure every weekend.

  11. Winter at the Ridge: Washington’s Forgotten Ski Area

    High in the Olympic Mountains, Hurricane Ridge is one of the best ski areas in the Pacific Northwest, offering clean powder lines without the crowds.

  12. Lake of the Angels

    The hike to Lake of the Angels is one of the most incredible hikes in Olympic National Park, offering high elevations, panoramic views, and stunning scenery.

  13. 3 Stunningly Beautiful and Secluded Hikes in Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park is full of trails. Remote paths weaving through valleys of giants towering over the rainforest floor.

  14. 5 Reasons to Explore Olympic National Park in the Fall

    Fall in Olympic National Park is the reason we have this national park, and there is no more beautiful time to experience the region.

  15. The Amazing Wilderness Areas of Olympic National Park

    The Olympic Peninsula is home to some of country's most amazing wilderness areas, from the extremely remote Wonder Mountain Wilderness to the slightly more popular wilderness coast.

  16. Whiskey Mountain and Lake Louise - Hiking


    Rich with history, bighorn sheep and fantastic views, the trails to Whiskey Mountain and Lake Louise offer an option to bag both a summit and spectacular glacial lake.

  17. Second Beach: A Timeless Jewel on the Olympic Coast


    If you're seeking a truly unforgettable and unrivaled Olympic Coast experience, the trail to Second Beach is as good as it gets.

  18. Trail Running to the Beat of a Drum in Olympic National Park


    This is the story of Korey Konga—a Pacific Northwest ultra runner with an insatiable appetite for trail running the 900-miles of trails in Olympic National Park.