With over 2,000 waterfalls scattered throughout the state, Washington is certainly not falling short.
Here's some of the best sections to tackle first if you're looking to traverse the Pacific Crest Trail one piece at a time.
Visiting the Space Needle, exploring Pike Place Market, and touring the old underground city are staples on any Seattle trip, but you’ll need your hiking boots to discover the area’s most majestic attractions.
Some areas of Olympic National Park are only accessible by daring backpackers and mountain climbers, but much of it, including many of the park’s most scenic and enchanting areas, are accessible to the entire family.
The Columbia River Gorge is home to a myriad of breathtaking waterfalls plunging from vertical basalt cliffs which rise high above the roadtrip-worthy Columbia River Highway.
Tent or RV, you’re in for some amazing camping outside of Bend. Here's a look at our favorite camping digs in the area.
If you want to give yurt camping a try, Oregon is definitely the place to dip your toe in the water.
Portland is a hiking wonderland that extends from the depths of the Columbia River Gorge to the snow-capped peak of Mt. Hood. The City of Portland must have been designed with hikers in mind — it was founded by pioneers who traversed the historic Oregon Trail, after all.
Follow the 382-mile Oregon Coast Trail and you’ll discover a number of historic treasures along the way.