La Wis Wis Campground

Address: NF-1272, Ashford, Washington, 98377, United States | Hotel
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    Mountains in the Mist

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 23, 2014

    12 photos

    ... forests. These forests did not include sequoias or redwoods, as we are out of that territory, and so were much smaller but still beautiful to enjoy. We were at the park late in the season, so we had the trail essentially to ourselves. The trail included a walk on a suspension bridge, allowing one person at a time, over the rushing water of the Ohanapecosh River which was now a cloudy tan color after all of the rain over the previous 24 ...

    Blood, sweat and beards

    A travel blog entry by jamesdmorley on Sep 15, 2014

    5 comments, 26 photos

    ... my trip and had the best views I have seen in my life. We walked out to town later that day and immediately bought icecream, chocolate, a pineapple, chips and pizza: the diet gets a bit bland after the 7th day on trail.

    I am now resting my aching joints and ligaments in a town called Packwood, ready for the next section after a day off. I feel fit, strong and healthy. My calf muscles have grown into cow muscles, my feet ...

    I lied about lying about being an outdoor guy

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Aug 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... camping area. I would have to cross a melting snow field and fast moving river to get to an available campsite near the still frozen Goat Lake. I started falling through the thinning snow which is a good way to break and ankle or twist a knee. I even fell backwards once and was stuck in the snow like a turtle left upside down by a mean kid. The last of my energy was expended extricating myself from that obstacle and luckily on the side of the stream with the campsites. ...

    Night 14: Up the Cascades

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... The forest got thicker as we increased elevation into the Blue Mountains, a beautiful little range. We passed the crest at 4500 feet and descended a steep pass back into the empty, desert plain around the city of Pendleton. This city is the last Western city, much like Mitchell is the first. Past here is the Pacific Northwest, with its coffee and it's dams and pine forests, potheads, and big cities. Soon enough we were at the bridge over the mighty Columbia River, which was dammed up, ...

    To the wilderness of Washington

    A travel blog entry by happyhod on Jun 05, 2014

    15 photos

    ... a well maintained trail.
    We continue along the track and cross mini waterfalls and slight inclines and declines and through the trees some are fallen and there is signs of landslides but the rangers do a great job clearing all the landslips and fallen trees and overgrown ferns.
    we carry on up and down past rock formations and slightly precarious ledges,I spy a huge black slug on the trail and manage to head Jackie past it without her seeing it as she has a real phobia ...