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A back-lot view of the Ross Complex, alongside the Ellen Davis Trail.

Power walk: Ellen Davis Trail commemorates Vancouver resident, skirts Bonneville complex

A back-lot view of the Ross Complex, alongside the Ellen Davis Trail.

February 10, 2022, 6:00am Clark County Life

It’s hard for me to resist an unfamiliar trail. Leaving a mysterious way through the woods unexplored feels wrong to me, like I’m ignoring a clue, like I’m shrugging off potentially important news. I can’t stop being curious about what’s around the next bend — even if it’s just another… Read story

Clamming is more fun, and safer, when you go with family or friends, even four-legged friends. It is a social event, and a festival atmosphere prevails during the digs.

Clam diggers finding their gold on Washington beaches

Clamming is more fun, and safer, when you go with family or friends, even four-legged friends. It is a social event, and a festival atmosphere prevails during the digs.

February 10, 2022, 5:55am Editor's Choice

Clam diggers have been graced with a very good razor clam season, and there are still good numbers of tentative dates coming up, including the popular spring tides that clammers like so well. Read story

Columbia River and tributary fishery report, Feb. 8

February 9, 2022, 6:43pm Outdoors

Columbia River and tributary fishery report, Feb. 8 Read story

As a sign in the Methow Valley indicates, wildfire-burned areas there, popular in both the winter and the summertime for all sorts of outdoor enthusiasts, are at greater risk for flooding, fallen trees, rocks and debris flows.

Methow Trails makes winter comeback after Washington wildfires, but long road to recovery lies ahead

As a sign in the Methow Valley indicates, wildfire-burned areas there, popular in both the winter and the summertime for all sorts of outdoor enthusiasts, are at greater risk for flooding, fallen trees, rocks and debris flows.

February 7, 2022, 6:00am Northwest

When skiers strap into their gear this winter at the popular Chickadee Trailhead in the Sun Mountain section of the Methow Trails network, they will encounter a new sight amid the corduroy carpets of white that wind their way through the forest. Charred specimens of aspen, pine and fir trees… Read story

Skiers compete on March 14, 2018, during the first stage of the Pierra Menta ski mountaineering competition in Areches-Beaufort.

Competitive ski mountaineering gains popularity

Skiers compete on March 14, 2018, during the first stage of the Pierra Menta ski mountaineering competition in Areches-Beaufort.

February 6, 2022, 6:00am Northwest

With light snow falling and temperatures in the mid-20s, I shivered while waiting in line on a March morning last winter at the base of Crystal Mountain Resort. Read story

250K steelhead fish missing from Washington state hatchery

February 4, 2022, 12:10pm Latest News

Nearly 250,000 young steelhead fish that were set for release into the Snake River later this year are missing from a rearing pond at a hatchery on the river near Palouse Falls, according to state wildlife managers. Read story

Spring walleye fishing in the Columbia River Gorge is all about getting the big trophy walleyes. This fish fell to a client fishing with Shane Magnuson of the Upper Columbia Guide service.

Anglers target big walleye on Columbia River

Spring walleye fishing in the Columbia River Gorge is all about getting the big trophy walleyes. This fish fell to a client fishing with Shane Magnuson of the Upper Columbia Guide service.

February 2, 2022, 7:02pm Outdoors

Winter walleye catches in the Gorge have been very good so far this year, and prospects for the coming months are also very good. Read story

With fork tails and massive bodies, big sturgeon, look like toothless sharks coming to the boat.

Columbia River and tributary fishery report, Feb. 2

With fork tails and massive bodies, big sturgeon, look like toothless sharks coming to the boat.

February 2, 2022, 5:02pm Outdoors

Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia River from Buoy 10 upstream to Bonneville Dam including adjacent tributaries are catch and release only. Night sturgeon fishing is closed. Read story