See It All on the White Pass Scenic Byway
124-Mile Byway Offers Stunning Peaks, Beautiful Valleys and Endless Opportunities The White Pass Scenic Byway is a recreational paradise in the shadow of Mount Rainier, Mount...
Mount St. Helens: Welcome to Volcano Country
Walk in the Wake of Mother Nature’s Terrific Power, 35 Years After the 1980 Mount St. Helens Eruption The rapid recovery of the ecosystem surrounding Mount St. Helens...
2013: Old Fire Lookouts
A network of manned fire lookouts once dotted many of the peaks of the Cascades. Most are gone now, but two remain and beckon to visitors who want to experience an afternoon...
2013: Weird, Wild and Wonderful; Explore the...
Take an idyllic Sunday drive through Lewis County’s rural pastures. While you take in the scenery, consider checking out some of the area’s most unique roadside...
2013: Take a Tour Through Historic Ambiance
Advertising Flash-Back: Bing Crosby Promoting Washington State Tourism in the 1960’s Fort Borst Park This 101-acre park includes the 1860s Borst Home, a one-room...
The View From Vader
Nestled in the woods a few miles west of Interstate 5’s exit 57 lies Vader. The town, along the Northern Pacific rail line in South Lewis County, was originally known as...
Get in Your Car and Discover History
Visitors Find the Past Still Lives in Places All Across Lewis County By Edna Fund, For The Chronicle Centralia 1. Borst Homestead, Blockhouse, Gardens, Schoolhouse and Oregon...
A Tale of Three Mountains: Three Spectacular...
By Russ Mohney, For The Chronicle Folks in Lewis County are blessed with three of the most splendid volcanoes on the spine of the Cascades, and they are always happy to share...