Hiking Mt. St. Helens. Exploring the coast. Rafting the Deschutes. Mountain biking the Gorge. Sounds like Summer in the Northwest! Celebrate the Wild Days of Summer with The Wilderness Society.
Currently, The Wilderness Society is celebrating the Wild Days of Summer – and who doesn’t like summer, the season of fun? The Wild Days of Summer offers the opportunity to reconnect with wilderness and share your love of wild places with others. Get outdoors, celebrate and explore the wildest corners of America. While you’re busy celebrating your own personal wild place this summer, The Wilderness Society is working hard to ensure the wild places you love are protected.
Interested in visiting a new wild place this summer? Break out the compass and find your way to The Wilderness Society’s Wild Days of Summer page for descriptions and pointers on must-see wilderness destinations and tips on wilderness activities, including hiking, camping, family-friendly fun, and much more.
About The Wilderness Society
The Wilderness Society is the leading American conservation organization working to protect our nation’s public lands, the 635 million acres collectively owned by the American people and managed by our government. From well-known icons to hidden gems, these lands provide us all with clean air and water; abundant wildlife; havens for recreation, learning, and solitude; and a foundation for a healthy planet. They are also important sources of renewable energy and vital natural resources that must be managed wisely. Visit them at www.wilderness.org.