Mountains are where outdoor adventure started for me. Backpacking, scrambling, climbing, snowshoeing, backcountry skiing: Washington’s Cascade Mountains have it all.

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Man hiking along snowy ridge, Silver Peak, Mt Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Cascade Mountains, Washington
Silver Peak, Cascade Mountains, Washington
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Pink mountain heather and Mount Daniel, Cascade Mountains, Washington
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Camping below Mount Baker, North Cascade Mountains, Washington
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Fisher Creek Basin, North Cascades National Park
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View from Vesper Peak, Cascade Mountains, Washington
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Climber on Vesper Peak, Cascade Mountains, Washington
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My daughter enjoying a ride in the mountains, Mount Rainier National Park
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Hiking and backpacking quickly led to mountain scrambling and climbing for me in the early 1990s, and remains a part of my adventure portfolio today.

Me in Bugaboo Glacier Provincial Park, British Columbia
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Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Cascade Mountains, Washington
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Banff National Park, Alberta
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Scrambling high above the Hoh River, Olympic National Park
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Subalpine wildflowers are a favorite photography subject always worth the effort.

Subalpine wildflowers, Mount Rainier National Park
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Subalpine wildflowers, Mount Rainier National Park
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Subalpine wildflowers, Mount Rainier National Park
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Beargrass, Bailey Range, Olympic National Park
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While snow in the Cascade Mountains can be a bit “thick”, we do have some lovely winter days.

Snowshoeing on Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park
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