By Robert Batt
Taken from near the end of the climber's trail that goes onto Coleman Glacier.
By Kosette Isakson
By Kristen Isakson
Teenager enjoying the logs across the Clear Ohanapecosh river
By Kristen Isakson
family swimming party on hot day at Ohanapecosh river
By David Blomberg
Third Place Offbeat Outdoors, 2010 Northwest Exposure Photo Contest. Spring sunrise over the Snohomish River at Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation, WA.
By Rick Eineigl
Third Place Hikers in Action, 2010 Northwest Exposure Photo Contest. Hiker touching the water at Blanca Lake.
By Lori McCormick
Second Place Offbeat Outdoors, 2010 Northwest Exposure Photo Contest. Yellow fungi with seedling growing out of it.
By John Wolff
First Place Offbeat Outdoors, 2010 Northwest Exposure photo contest. Al (Allegro) was a 3 year old, 25 lb. Pembroke Welsh Corgi, although his legs are about 6" long, this hike is no challenge for a corgi, bred for herding cattle on small farms in Wales.
By Trish Abbate
Third Place Families on Trail, 2010 Northwest Exposure Photo Contest. A young hiker takes to the trail at Mount Rainier National Park.
By Michelle Johanski
Second Place Families on Trail, 2010 Northwest Exposure photo contest: "This picture was taken at La Push, Second Beach. My two boys enjoyed a sun break playing in the water before we did the short hike back to the trail head. They got so dirty that we didn't bother putting their shoes back on and just threw them into the backpacks. While we were walking I got the camera out to take a picture of my son's super cute sandy feet while he was in the backpack. It was just chance that they couple were having a picnic in the background."
By John Soltys
First Place Families on Trail, 2010 Northwest Exposure photo contest: "The picture was shot just uphill from Sunrise on the way to Frozen Lake in Mount Rainier National Park in this August. Whenever my wife is busy I tend to head to a trail with the kids (7, 5, and 3) and we were trying to get to Fremont Lookout before a storm moved in. With the less-than-ideal weather I broke out the M&Ms early on this trip. We've called them "Special Hiking Bites" since my oldest daughter decided she didn't want to ride in the backpack anymore, and I needed some way to encourage her to go more than half a mile."
By Lance McCoy
Third Place Flora and Fauna, 2010 Northwest Exposure photo contest. A creek along the Sol Duc Trail in Olympic National Park.
By Christopher Tack
Second Place Flora and Fauna, 2010 Northwest Exposure photo contest. Marco of leaf taken at McCollum Pioneer Park in Everett, WA.
By Tom Peterson
Third Place Wild Landscapes, 2010 Northwest Exposure photo contest: "This particular cave is a lava tube formed 1950 years ago during an eruption when lava flowed from fissures on Mount St. Helens. Moss was growing on the walls where the light hit. Steam was rising up from the rocks where the sun gave warmth. Water was dropping from the cave ceiling. There was a lot going on here, a bit of an underground ecosystem."
By Benjamin Thompson
Second Place Wild Landscapes, 2010 Northwest Exposure photo contest: "A midnight adventure up Mt. Baker highway reveals an elegant sunrise over Mt. Shuksan."
By Paul Raymaker
First Place Wild Landscapes, 2010 Northwest Exposure photo contest 2010. Sunrise at Park Butte.
By Jay Galvin
Second Place Hikers in Action, 2010 Northwest Exposure Photo Contest: "One of the golden rules of photography is keeping an open mind. There in front of me was the shot - my friends silhouetted against the East slopes of Mount Baker." Jay Galvin
By Robbie Rech
First Place Hikers in Action, 2010 Northwest Exposure Photo Contest. Sarah Huls glissading after summiting Mount Olympus.
By Kathy Fournier
First Place Flora and Fauna, 2010 Northwest Exposure Photo Contest. Fern macro taken in Olympic National Park by Kathy Fournier.
By David Hogan
2010 Grand Prize Winner, Northwest Exposure Photo Contest: "I started taking pictures at sunset on the Paradise side and shot all night. I worked my way around the mountain and ended at Tipsoo Lake for sunrise.