The Pacific Northwest is a camper’s paradise. And, if you’re seeking solitude and connection with the great outdoors, Washington State delivers, with hundreds of options to choose from. Here’s a list of 5 amazing choices for remote camping.
Plymouth, Washington is a short 33-minute drive from Tri-Cities and is famous for a number of things - including hidden treasure at the bottom of the Columbia River, a cool campground, and this fun hike near McNary Dam.
Washington’s most secluded cabin is located at about 7,000 feet above sea level on the south peak of Three Fingers Mountain in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. It's a difficult hike but those who have made it say it's worth it.
Located approximately 23 miles west of Leavenworth, Washington the trail to this heaven-on-Earth lake is suitable for all levels of hikers. And, when you arrive you'll be greeted by its deep blue water and two beautiful mountain peaks as a backdrop.
One of America’s deadliest destinations and hikes is known for its breathtaking beauty, massive glaciers, rivers, forests, rock formations, easy park access, abundant wildlife, and for its status as an active volcano.
As the weather gets warmer and the urge to get outside gets stronger many of us rush to hike Badger or Red Mountain trails but there are other less crowded options with just as spectacular views – and you’ll feel like you’re in a different world.
The redneck cities of Washington Part 2 is finally here, we saw the outcry for more redneck cities or people upset their city wasn't mentioned on the list so we decided to add a part two, you can also check out part 1 right there!