Driving the Washington Coast Highway
This is the third part of a video driving adventure called Driving The Wonderful Ones, that started on Highway 1 in California, up through Oregon on Coast Highway 101 and then into Washington visiting some unique Washington Coast villages.
Experience WA Outdoors Column
Take a California "Stay"cation by visiting the California Cascade Mountains where you will see hot boiling mud pots and other geothermal activity that rivals that of Yellowstone. Visit Mount Lassen , the southernmost active volcano that the Cascades are famous for. Lassen Peak is the only volcano in the Cascades other than Mount St. Helens to erupt during the 20th century.
Murray shares about horsepacking the Washington portion of the Pacific Crest Trail Barry Murray speaks about pioneering the Pacific Crest Trail on horseback. Through Washington. Across the Cascade Mountains, Mt. St. Helens—before she erupted—across the Bridge of the Gods, all the way to the Canadian border. This was a total journey of 2500 miles—from Mexico to Canada— at a time before the PCT was completely laid out.