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Team Fast Times Northwest Passage Ragnar Relay 2015

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. 200 Miles, 36 Legs, 24 + Hours, 12 runners, 2 vans, one heck of a good time. Tap & Go Follow us to adventure.  

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Kendall Katwalk

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. Kendall Katwalk, a popular stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail.  Right off I90 climbs at a trail running-friendly grade to the Katwalk passage cut across steep Snoqualmie Pass peaks.  Even on a socked-in weather day the Kendall Catwalk has imposing views. Tap & Go Follow […]

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Silver Peak

  Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. Centrally located on Snoqualmie Pass, Silver Peak can be seen from both sides of I90 and can be climbed from 3 directions. Make your way up from Mirror Lake, Annette Lake or do the loop between Mount Catherine as we are on this trip. […]

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Northead to Cape Disappointment Lighthouse to Lighthouse Loop

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. Olympic Peninsula The south end of the Olympic Peninsula is a wealth of historical sites and breathtaking Oceanside trials with some of the best beach camping in Washington. Jam in 2 lighthouses, pirate coves, lush rainforests and sandy beaches all within 10 miles. The lighthouse-to-lighthouse […]

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Rainy Pass Hikes – Rainy Lake & Lake Anne

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. North Cascades, Rainy Pass A great introduction to the classic Rainy Pass trails.  Lake Anne sits plum center of the classic Maple Pass Loop adjacent to the ultra popular Rainy Lake.  Hike this out and back or link up with the other area trails for […]

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Barclay Lake

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. A short tree covered stream side hike to Barclay lake is a perfect diversion for little legs with a refreshing dip under the massive Mount Baring as the reward. From the small turnaround parking lot (make sure to leave your NW Forest Pass in the […]

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