Looking for snow? Head east, young man.
"Mount St Helens"
Permits, anniversaries, and Twitter updates—Mount St. Helens greets 2010
Meadows digs out from a monster avalanche
Northwest Trail Alliance calls in the heavy artillery
Metro kicks off the New Year in style
Grab the binoculars, there’s a herd of whales coming!
Snow is in the forecast. Plan your winter retreat now.
Metro looks for comments on the new Tonquin Trail
Local adventure filmmaker collective the Epicocity Project explores the world's most wild waterways.
Hit the trail on 20 of the most spectacular and most accessible routes in the state.
Most of Washington's ocean-facing shoreline is closed, so it's not quite time for beach blanket bingo yet.
Peak avian migration time means the skies are full of songbirds.
An explosive history of a volcano that’s over the hill.
A visit to the inner sanctum of a fitful volcano, as Bill Nye the Science Guy tags along.
Take a walk on the adventure side of the volcano. Keen athletes can spelunk underground, ski gentle slopes, or climb to the crater rim.
Looking for solace in a week of ugly headlines
Taking to Mount Hood’s ski trails with a Cougar in tow.
Heading to Seaside? Watch your back.
Stuff a state park in your sock.
Whether you’re a rabid ski bum or have never strapped on a pair of snowshoes, we’ve got the inside line on our beloved mountain’s essential experiences.
More mountain lingo for the truly bro-tastic.
The best of our reader submitted photos
Mount Hood's 12 glaciers have shrunk a collective 40 percent since 1901, and according to a PSU geology professor, "Our children could see summer skiing on Hood go away."
Who was the first person to summit the mountain? Who dedicated Timberline Lodge? What's the deal with that igloo thing? This slideshow is sure to give you all the details on the history of Mt Hood.