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Epic Outdoors

Season 1 | Episode 4

Seattle has no shortage of gorgeous natural surroundings to enjoy. In this episode of Crowdsourced, Seattle’s locals send New York comedian Josh Johnson to explore a wide range of outdoor activities. From snowshoeing an active volcano to hiking Discovery Park to playing frisbee on the shores of Alki Beach, Josh uncovers exactly why the outdoor scene here is not just breathtaking, but epic.  See why #SeattleMadeMeDoIt.

This series was produced in collaboration with Vox Creative Studios.

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Ballard

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South Lake Union

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West Seattle

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Mount Rainier National Park
Mount Rainier National Park, a 369-sq.-mile Washington state reserve southeast of Seattle, surrounds glacier-capped, 14,410-ft. Mount Rainier.
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Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington state's most popular scenic attractions. More than 1.5 million visitors come to the Falls every year.
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Center for Wooden Boats
Museum preserves & exhibits historic wooden boats, which can be rented & taken out on Lake Union.
Alki Beach Park

Spectacular views of the Sound and the Olympic and Cascade Mountains make Alki Beach Park a beloved spot, just a ferry ride away from downtown.
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