An off-the-grid woodsy adventure—with the proper gear and safety precautions—makes for a truly memorable experience. Here are our recommendations for five must-have accessories to make your ONP adventure one for the books.
Even someone as determined as John Muir couldn’t have poked around every nook in the 876,447 acres of this boundless wilderness haven. Here are our 5 reasons why you can’t afford to miss it—especially if you’re a Seattleite.
Though there are many factors that come together to make a good photographer—gear, dedication, understanding of theory, etc.—the one elusive quality that boosts George Stenberg’s craft into the upper echelon is timing.
Burt—well known in his hometown for his action sports photography—is no stranger to any hidden corner of Hood Canal. He’s captured everything from skateboarding competitions, to wakeboarding, to motorsports and beyond.
Ever wonder what an Independence Day weekend on the wild side of Washington looks like? Think watermelon dripping down your arm, bare feet in the soft green grass, and a breathtaking fireworks display reflected in Hood Canal.
Often, when it comes to lifestyle photography, the human behind the lens takes a backseat to the end product, as the action telescopes into the scene before him. Not so with Photographer Lance Koudele.
A mountain biker is a rugged and intrepid creature. No throwing in the towel for this one, especially if she also happens to be a weekend warrior. A little rain is a welcome challenge, and in many occasions it translates to mystical, magical, tacky brown pow.
If you’ve come across a jaw-dropping photo of a bird in Hood Canal—one that doesn’t just capture detail, but also embodies personality and movement—chances are it’s one of Clinton Ferarra’s masterpieces.
They’re the succulent creatures that speckle Hood Canal’s shoreline, and chances are you either love them or hate them. Regardless, oysters are a staple of Hood Canal's seafood bounty, and you'll never guess what these small crustaceans can do.