For most of us, a day in the Mountains or a National Forest means a day full of beauty, wonder, and exploration. There’s truly nothing like a hike or secluded camping trip in the wilderness, but with that comes great responsibility and awareness of your surroundings. Be bear aware.
If you like to hike and want a "very cool" experience, then put the Guler Ice Cave on your list of summer hikes. The cave is actually a lava tube that was formed about 15,000 years ago in Trout Lake Valley, Washington.
Washington State has so many different options when it comes to climate, elevation, topography, and wildlife. If you're into hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, or all of the above, Washington offers plenty of opportunities.