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Discover the Best of the Pacific Northwest

From the ancient rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula to the glacier-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains, the arid valleys of the interior and the deep ravines of the Columbia River valley, Washington State is full of once-in-a-lifetime outdoor adventure opportunities. Our maps are your all-in-one source four backcountry navigation across the state, featuring industry-leading topographic detail and backroad coverage plus our extensive database of outdoor recreation information.

Hikers, cyclists and horseback can explore a vast network of trails, from easy interpretive trails past waterfalls and old-growth forest groves to multi-day backpacking trips into the high alpine. Anglers can take their pick from thousands of creeks, rivers and lakes, or head offshore for some of the world’s best salmon fishing. A sprawling system of state and national parks offers camping under the stars and on the ocean shore, while hunters can drive a forest road deep into the backcountry in search of abundant game species. When winter hits, nearly the entire state becomes a snow-sport playground, from skiing and snowboarding to snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

Whether you are sea kayaking among the majestic San Juan Islands, taking advantage of the record-setting snowfall at Mount Baker or getting away from it all on a long-distance journey on the Pacific Crest Trail, you can count on our maps to keep you pointed in the right direction!






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12 Wildlife Viewing Hotspots in the Spokane Area

From rare birds to big mammals like grizzly bears and wolves, wildlife viewers in Washington State can see it all. One of the best regions of Washington for spotting wild animals is in the northeast – here is a list of the best places to view wildlife within easy driving distance of Spokane.

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Washington’s Top 10 Paddling Routes

Whether on the ocean, on a lake or in a river or creek, canoers and kayakers have a lot of incredible paddling routes to choose from in Washington State. To get you acquainted with your options, here are 10 great paddles in Washington!

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