Our readers share their stories of mishaps in the backcountry
A special investigation four months after the murders at Pinnacle Lake looks at the issue of law enforcement on the Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, the crime scene investigation and also talks with David Stodden.
What to give your favorite hikers for the holidays
WTA volunteers gave more than 74,000 hours of trail work in 2006
The wonders of winter hiking in Arizona’s Superstition Wilderness
Two gearheads trade notes on the stuff they can’t live without
Hiking into the eighth wonder of the world requires careful planning
Snow keeping you from the montains? Try a hike in the city.
Three brands of “technical” undies for hiking and winter recreation
A Review of No Shortcuts to the Top, by Ed Viesturs
Pairing fine hikes and fine wine in Yakima’s vineyard country
Test your wilderness trivia knowledge!
Two brands of poles that will save your knees
WTA weekday crews forge new trails at Miller Peninsula and beyond
WTA's Lauren Braden answers commonly asked questions
Backpacking the Hoh rainforest with eleven of my best friends
Three new overnight packs designed specifically for women
WTA has created four printable maps of storm-damaged roads and trails across the Cascades and Olympics.
A few simple rules to preserve that special wilderness experience
Midweight boots designed for day hikes and brief overnights