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Rising between Lake Chelan and the Columbia River, Chelan Butte’s 3,835’ crest soars above the tiny town of the same name. Although it’s a low-elevation peak, it stands alone alongside the lake’s southeastern shore. Consequently, the butte offers some stunning … Read More
Located in the semi-arid desert of eastern Washington, Hanford Reach is the last remaining free-flowing, non-tidal stretch of the 1,200-mile-long Columbia River. This fifty-mile expanse was preserved by chance, paradoxically as a result of the U.S. weapons program. Once part … Read More
Winter in northern New England isn’t easy. It’s cold, it’s snowy, it’s overcast far more often than it’s sunny, and it gets dark before 4 p.m. We’re not talking just a few weeks here either… it’s like this for months. … Read More
Located within the rugged badlands of western North Dakota, Theodore Roosevelt National Park was named in honor of our 26th President. An avid outdoorsman, Teddy Roosevelt is widely known as the “conservation President” for the myriad policies he implemented to … Read More