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When you think of ancient caves, you may think you need to travel halfway across the country, or the world, to take this type of a step back in time. France, Indonesia, and in the U.S., Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, all come to mind.  You may as well add the Coulee country of east-central…

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Hiker on path with dog Ancient Lakes Trail

Looking for a quick desert escape from Seattle but don’t want to pay all that money for a plane ticket to go somewhere like California or Arizona? Or, maybe you’re looking for a hike that’s a little different from the typical mountain climbs and waterfall views. Well my friend, Ancient Lakes Trail near Quincy, Washington…

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Steamboat Rock

Looking for a kid-friendly hike with vast views and unique landscape in the Grand Coulee area? Steamboat Rock, topping out at six miles round-trip, may be just the hike you’ve been searching for. Built by Floods Approximately 10,000 – 15,000 years ago, 40 – 60 separate flood events tore through parts of the Northwest. Each…

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two riders at the moses lake roundup, explore washington state

Written by: Leanna Cushman – @leannacushman If the only thing you know about Grant County is the Gorge Amphitheatre, you may not know about the Grand Coulee laser light show, the healing waters of Soap Lake or the jam packed fun of the Grant County Fair. Let’s talk about that last thing. For someone who lived…

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Four miles outside of Moses Lake, you can find The Grant County Sand Dunes and ORV Park. Here you can ride on the sand dunes which are open year round. Or visitors can enjoy the mud flats – an additional 3,000 acres of sand, mud and trails. These are only open from the first of…

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