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Photos: Helping Trails Has Never Looked So Good

Posted by Loren Drummond at Aug 27, 2015 11:45 AM |
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Every August, WTA hosts Hike-a-Thon, the annual fundraising event for Washington Trails Association. Hikers put in hundreds of miles this year, raising thousands of dollars in the name of the trails they love.

Every August, hundreds of hikers hit the trail for Hike-a-Thon, the annual fundraising event for Washington Trails Association. From Cascade ascents to Olympic coastal hikes to the canyons of Utah, hikers put in hundreds of miles and raise thousands of dollars in the name of the trails they love.

Because of Hike-a-Thoners, and our generous sponsors, WTA can build and repairs trails, get youth outdoors, educate the state's hikers and fight for access and funding for trails all year long.

With only a few days left in the herculean hiking effort, it's not too late to get in on the adventure. To make it a success, just sponsor a Hike-a-Thoner, any of the photographers below, or the Hike-a-Thon mascot, Miles the Marmot.

A few sweet views from WTA's Hike-a-Thon:

Goat Rocks
Goat Rocks by Janelle Jones Walker

Talalpus and Ollalie Lakes
Along the trail to Talapus and Ollalie Lakes by Christopher Osborn

Shi Shi Beach
Shi Shi Beach by Kevin Hall

Delicate Arch in Utah
Hike-a-Thoning for Washington in Utah. Delicate Arch by Michelle Isaacson

Silver Falls
Silver Falls by Mark George

Oregon Coast
Oregon Coast by Sue Copeland Francisco

Camp Muir
Camp Muir by Amy Kemp

The PCT from Tunnel Creek to Trap Pass by Linda Roe

Armstrong Mountain in the New York
Armstrong Mountain in New York's Adirondack Mountains by Susan Beeler Queary

Lake Valhalla
Lake Valhalla by Jessica Lepine

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