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38820 SR 706E, Ashford, Washington, 98304, United States | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Ashford

    Mountains in the Mist

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 23, 2014

    12 photos

    ... section of the park, said to have one of the best views of Mount Rainier. We drove there in hopes that the clouds might clear for a moment, but we were not so lucky. We did glimpse a few of the glaciers between rolling clouds and fog, and they were immense. The bluish hues of the glaciers was mesmerizing, and just as you focused on them, they disappeared behind another wall of clouds. We sat in the car, swaying in the whipping wind for ...

    Blood, sweat and beards

    A travel blog entry by jamesdmorley on Sep 15, 2014

    5 comments, 26 photos

    ... of wild mountain goats.

    Goat Rocks was our final challenge: a sharp peak followed by a ridgeline called 'The Knifes Edge' which was in equal parts precarious and breathtaking. We walked through snow fields and over slippery plates of slate. The height definitely got the heart pumping! But on the edge of those cliffs, I became hyper aware of everything around me, and there was so much around me. It was an absolute ...

    I lied about lying about being an outdoor guy

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Aug 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... feel a heartbeat. It didn’t help that myheart rate monitor was registering 0 bpm on my GPS watch. I almost turned around after an hour of that, but kept going for no other reason than me being astubborn hypochondriac.
    With a missed turn that took
    me up to the Pacific Crest trail, I ended up walking about 9 miles. The last 4 miles was above the tree line so the sun and less Oxygen from 6000 feet had me feeling like ****. It was about 2pm when I finally got to ...

    Night 14: Up the Cascades

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... usually is. It was a major project in the 1930's to dam up the river for jobs and electricity. I took a shortcut to bypass Kebnewick on the Washington side of the river, past a massive ConAgra run corporate farm. In English were signs saying "no trespassing." The signs in Spanish said, "Entrada." Behind these irrigated farms in the sunniest of sunny places lies a treeless plateau called Horse Heaven because of the feral horses that once roamed the area, until ConAgra did away with ...

    To the wilderness of Washington

    A travel blog entry by happyhod on Jun 05, 2014

    15 photos

    ... asks for a box to take hers home for later but of course the waitress forgets,stuffed we go and get our Northwest forest pass for our walk tomorrow and then we drive to Mount St Helens National Park on the advice of the guy in Sports Hut who is very helpful about fourteen miles later we find out that the park road is closed because of snow clearance so back to town we go and search for a lake in town we saw from the Packwood Lake trailhead but realise it is probably in what ...