La Wis Wis Campground

Address: NF-1272, Ashford, Washington, 98377, United States | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ashford

    Recap of Tuesday Mt Rainier

    A travel blog entry by whiteraven on Jul 07, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the trail on the way up was very lightly populated. We got past the short paved trail portion then soon headed into the rocky steep trail up. It was still a dream on this groomed trail compared to our first backpack out last week to hidden lakes. The trail went above treeline to Panorama point. Instead of the longer loop we came back down almost the same way. It was very comfortable in shorts up there, even with snow still on the ...

    Auld Land Syne

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Jun 12, 2015

    10 photos

    ... br> managed by the Maryhill Art gallery. Another stop at a fruit stand and
    we were back at camp. One of the astronomers from the Observatory was
    walking around the camp with a telescope fitted with a lens to look at
    the sun. We checked that out while we waited for Benita to wake from her
    nap. I talked the others into going up to the Maryhill Winery for a
    relaxing afternoon wine overlooking the amphitheater and Columbia River
    Gorge. Very nice place. ...

    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

    ... into metres and my toes have grown to threes. The last section was long and physically demanding, but I loved it.

    I'm back out again today for my last stretch on the PCT: a 5 day/100 mile stretch taking me to the halfway point of Washington, a small town called Snoqualamie. I'm excited to get back on the trail, the ruggedness of the Pacific Northwest is so enticing.

    It's been great hearing from you all. Much love!


    Screaming From the Mountain Top

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 18, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... good-ol'-folk decorate their huge wheels with tiny pick up trucks. I passed a property that was festooned with signs declaring a hatred of democracy and a love (and right to) an armed populace. I considered stopping by to chat and take a picture for you but was too terrified!

    Worried that I'd be pulled over for my California plate, I turned off the 80s hits, in case the music might be too liberal and cause someone to accidentally shoot me. My CRV started to ...