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Photo: Cascade Subaru was a sponsor the navigation course WenatcheeOutdoors and the Wenatchee Parks and Recreation Department ran this spring. Here class members met for a late afternoon and early evening navigation exercise on the Horse Lake Reserve in the Wenatchee foothills.
WenatcheeOutdoors recently partnered with Cascade Subaru and Wenatchee Parks and Rec Department to run a multi-week navigation course. If you missed the course you can still pick up the basics from our map and compass slideshow.
Mother Nature served up a scrumptious multi-course meal for the senses on the final meeting of the spring navigation course sponsored by Cascade Subaru, Wenatchee Parks and Recreation, and WenatcheeOutdoors.
Many bicyclists are stymied by flat tires, loose brakes, derailed chains, and other simple problems. Rather than delaying your riding for weeks getting the bike to and from a shop, learn how to fix those common repairs yourself. Bring your bike to this evening clinic and we'll help you get it road/trail ready.
The emails started flying Friday morning. A week after the end-of-course final trek, the graduates of the Wenatchee Outdoors Snowshoeing Class were eager to put new knowledge to the test. Destination: Peak 6,056 beyond Clara Lake.
Despite the early-winter, splendid-snow conditions that we enjoyed around Central Washington, it’s been six weeks since measurable snow fell on the peaks surrounding Blewett Pass. Now the north-facing ski lines off Diamond Head and Windy Knob are tired and scarred from over-use. No matter. The Blewett Pass environs offer a warehouse of other interesting ski tours that few bother to visit.
For the third installment of the WenatcheeOutdoors Snowshoeing course Tom Janisch presented on avalanche awareness. Here are notes from the class, with info on avalanche statistics, avalanche mechanics, evaluating hazards, slide warning signs, and field tests for snow stability.
Winter outdoor adventures demand more thinking than most summer activities. Winter travelers need to be better attuned to snow, weather, and terrain. Meanwhile, minor emergencies can snowball so more attention should be given to the details of an outing. Check out these notes from Week 2 of our Self-Sufficient Snowshoeing Class.
Many casual hikers stay indoors for winter, but we're offering a course to give you the snowshoeing and outdoor skills to get you out walking in the woods all winter long. As part of the Subaru Outdoor Series, learn the basics of equipment, winter safety, and navigation to become a self-sufficient snowshoer.
Our Silver Falls outing had the prestige of being our farthest away and most challenging Subaru Kid’s Club outing. Did that hold anyone back? Heck no! We had quite a few families make the hour-plus trek up the Entiat Valley to enjoy the gorgeous, popular hike....
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