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Category: Hikes & Sites

Pursuing Healthier Streams and Wetlands at Northwest Stream Center

In the Pacific Northwest, water is our lifeline. From the Cascade Mountains, hundreds of miles of glistening rivers and streams make their way to Puget Sound. Those waterways teem with fish that feed thousands of people and other creatures, and…

Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival

Each year, Mukilteans give one last hurrah each September to the passing of summer with a huge community party that we lovingly call the Lighthouse Festival. It’s grown over the years, with 2016 being our 51st year. For visitors passing…

Deer Sighting Along the Loop

Much of the Cascade Loop travels through forests, open range land and orchards, which are abundant with all variety of wildlife. Rocky Mountain mule, Columbian black-tail and White-tailed deer are prolific in the Cascade foothills, and are regularly sighted alongside…

Hike of the Month- Spider Meadows

For years I’ve read articles about Spider Meadows, but for one reason or another, just never made it that way. Well, happily that all changed this week. Me and a group of friends–some new and some old– got our acts…

An image of Eagle Falls

Sunday Afternoon Waterfall Adventures Along the Cascade Loop

August is typically a warm month in the Pacific Northwest. The rain disperses for weeks at a time, and people actively seek ways to cool off. Along the Cascade Loop, you can’t miss the water. There are gorgeous blue and…

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