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Hike to Revett Lake near Murray, Idaho | Stuck in North Idaho
Hike the Cougar Bay Preserve near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho | via Stuck in North Idaho

Take a Hike | Cougar Bay Preserve

Located just a few minutes south of downtown Coeur d'Alene is a little chunk of land I've been wanting to explore for some time, the Cougar Bay Preserve. This nature preserve is home to over 27 species of birds as well as other wildlife like deer, moose, beaver, and otter. The tall grasses and marshy landscape provide a refuge for waterfowl and great hunting grounds for osprey. The BLM and Nature Conservancy teamed up to preserve this area and manage…

Escape to the Sawtooths and Redfish Lake

After record-breaking heat, a trip to Redfish Lake was just what we needed. This post is brought to you in partnership with Merrick Pet Care. All thoughts and opinions are my own. It's amazing how some things work out when you don't make any plans. As a self-described type-A, I like plans. Knowing where I'm going to be and when, for how long, etc., is important. Without these plans I can turn into a complete basket case, but often that's where…

Terrible Tilly along the Oregon coast is said to be haunted

Road Trip: Cannon Beach, Part 2, Ecola State Park

This is the second part of our trip to Cannon Beach in April. You can read part 1 here. View Kyle's video of our trip here. There's no way we can go on a vacation and not explore the local hiking scene - it's just not possible. Earlier this week I shared the first part of our trip to Cannon Beach which involved a sweet lodge and lots of good food. Today I'm sharing my favorite part, our hike in Ecola…

Hiking to Fern Falls - Stuck in North Idaho

Take a Hike | Fern Falls

There are several famous waterfalls across the United States. Niagara, Yosemite and Multnomah, just to name a few. The number of people who travel to these falls each year is astounding, and as lovely as they are, I have to question the need to travel so far to see something that can easily be found in our own back yard. If there's one resource the Pacific Northwest isn't lacking, it's water. Our geography is molded by glaciers, rivers and lakes.…