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Dayhiking Beehive Mountain 4580′

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Dayhiking Beehive Mountain 4580′

One of the quick hikes with access year around is Beehive Mountain just South of Wenatchee, Washington which had a lookout on it's summit once upon a time. There are a couple man-made lakes /reservoirs as you hike up. The standard route begins in a pullout off the road to Mission Ridge Ski Resort an ...

Dayhiking Horse Lake Mountain

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Dayhiking Horse Lake Mountain

Horse Lake Mountain is located just West of Wenatchee, WA. and is also known as Twin Peaks due to the two high points along the summit ridge both averaging 4600' in elevation. There is year around access to the mountain and multiple hiking variations wildflowers are plentiful in the Spring, especial ...

Inversions

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Inversions

In Central Washington where the mountains fall to the Columbia River and the Columbia Plateau rises several thousand feet or more to the East there is a a weather phenomenon called, "Inversions" which can remain in place for days, weeks, and even months at a time resulting in cold, sunless days, and ...

Central WA : The Colockum Loop

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Central WA : The Colockum Loop

I did alot of trail and treadmill running during the mixed bag of cold temps, overcast, and precipitation which was December, but Steve and I eventually made it out for a desert loop on the far edge of the North Cascades Eastern Slopes heading out to the Colockum Wildlife Area South of Wenatchee, WA ...

Ansel Adams Documentary

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Ansel Adams Documentary

Ansel Adams was born February 20, 1902 in San Francisco, California and attained legendary status with his eventual work as an advocate and activist for the preservation of wilderness and the environment with a passion for photography where he discovered and explored new techniques, wrote many books ...

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