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Take a hike Coast to Rockies

See where we work. Explore the landscapes Conservation Northwest works to protect in the greater Northwest.

Conservation Northwest protects and connect the breathtaking, wildlife-rich landscapes from the Washington Coast to the BC Rockies. We want to help you discover and appreciate the special places we protect, to better connect with our efforts to keep the Northwest wild.

Here we highlight representative hikes in the magnificent wild areas that comprise this connected landscape, as well as links to some of our vital work in each area.

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Hiking in the North Cascades-Eric ZamoraOlympic Mountains & Willapa Hills

    Dosewallips River to Bear Camp

 Olympics big win: Return of the pacific fisher

North and central Cascades

    Lake Whatcom Forest Reserve
    Damfino Lakes to Excelsior Pass
    Tinkham Peak
    The Sawtooth Berry Fields

The Cascades hub: Connecting habitat, helping forests, working for wildlife like grizzly bears and wolves.

Columbia Highlands of northeast Washington

    Grassy Top & Hall Mountain
    More hikes in the Columbia Highlands

Our work for Washington's wildlife paradise: Restoring forests and learning to live with wildlife

The Columbia Mountains, BC

    Battle Brook in the Incomappleux Valley

Nature knows no borders: Mountain caribou, grizzly protections, connecting habitat

Please take note of the following resources:
Hikes disclaimer
Leave No Trace
US Forest Service on outdoor recreation
National Park Service on backcountry hazards and tips
Current wildfires in Washington State
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