Meet Maverick, White Pass Avalanche Trainee
Mavy the Avy Dog is training for a job we hope he'll never have to do. Stay safe, be aware of potential avalanche danger and if you have not done your homewo...
White Pass Winter Carnival 1994
KYVE Yakima documented the 1994 Winter Carnival.
Click here to support Angie Manfredi's medical fund organized by bahyoe hummel
Angie Manfredi young mother of three children ages ten,eight,and five,has been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia . This beautiful, young woman has a long road ahead of her battling this cancer. The family lives in Yakima and her treatments are in Seattle several hours away. Seattle...
An Evening with: Warren Miller
Writer Neal Thompson sits down for a conversation with legendary filmmaker Warren Miller at Benaroya Hall, where the Seattle International Film Festival hono...
South Cascades Loop
WASHINGTON STATE’S NEWEST DRIVING TOUR
COME EXPERIENCE WASHINGTON’S OUTDOOR PLAYGROUND
WELCOME TO THE SOUTH CASCADES LOOP
The South Cascades Loop is home to South-Central Washington’s breathtaking scenic drives, charming communities, and amazing recreational opportunities.
MEET THE MAHRES
Follow Shannon’s, Andy’s and their son Ryder’s family adventure as they travel from Mt. Rainier to Enumclaw, the Gorge, Yakima and the White Pass Scenic Byway.
Goat Rocks Adventuring
Welcome to the Goat Rocks Wilderness
A stunning section of the Pacific Crest Trail in the Washington Cascades is The Goat Rocks Wilderness Area, which encompasses the remnants of an ancient volcano and now consists of a collection of peaks, passes, valleys, meadows, rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds. Backpacking this roadless region enables access to scenic beauty and dynamic terrain. One can start at White Pass and hike south to Walupt Lake, or start at Walupt Lake and hike North to White Pass. The trail distance is about 30 miles, and while some people experience the whole distance in 1-2 days, 4 nights/5 days allows time to settle in and explore the region. The high alpine trails usually shed most of their snowy blanket around mid-July, so the trip is best taken late…