RON STRICKLAND

 
 

Hiking isn’t always about pulling down the big miles. Of course, there’s the 7,700-mile long Sea-to-Sea Route for those of you interested in maximum adventure. And the highly-praised 1,200-mile Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail offers outstanding scenery. But hiking is also about smaller things, such as a day hike in your neighborhood park. And one of the greatest pleasures of hiking is the feeling of giving back to the community. There are many ways to understand what it means to be a hiker. And the best advice is, “Hike your own hike.”

 

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