Named after the roiling falls near where the Kettle River enters the Columbia River, eastern Washington’s Kettle Range is deceptively mellow. Although this range in the far northeast corner of the state features a half-dozen of eastern Washington’s highest peaks, … Continue reading
Doubled over at the waist, my trekking poles supported my body and 50 pounds of winter-camping gear in the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness. I can’t muster the breath to curse whoever constructed this trail.
Over the course of a little … Continue reading