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Making the Connection: McCall Pathways Make it Possible

With all the adrenaline-inducing single-track and endless scenic hikes in the area, we can sometimes forget about how much we love our urban, multiuse trails. The paved pathways and designated bike routes, the boardwalk, and the lake loop- these are the routes we take daily. The ones that make is possible to take a bike … Continued

The Dog Days of Summer 

Four Hot Tips on “How to Dog” in McCall Like any other member of the family, many of us LOVE to take our dogs along on our adventures. While the McCall area falls on the dog-friendly side of the spectrum, it’s still important for you and your dog to understand how to be good neighbors. … Continued

5 Early Season Hikes

Sometimes we just can’t wait to get back on the trail after a long winter. If you are itching to get out and explore, we rounded up a few options for early season adventures. As with any early season recreation, keep an eye on the weather and postpone your hike if trails are muddy. Rapid … Continued

Slice of Life: The Face Behind the Forecast | Todd Cook – McCall Weather

In a mountain community, being obsessed with the weather forecast doesn’t make you unique. Todd Cook takes his obsession with the weather to a higher level – a level one might even call – atmospheric. Cook is the brains behind the “McCall Weather” Facebook page. While its title is simple and straightforward, Todd’s forecasts go … Continued

5 Questions | Ice Fishing with Cody Fox

Sitting on a frozen lake, staring down into a hole in the ice, willing a fish to bite may not be everyone’s cup of tea. But ice fishing isn’t just about the catch. It is an opportunity to get outside in the fresh air in the depths of winter. Ice fishing is about camaraderie. It … Continued

The Art of Surprise | Featured Artist: Adri Shurtleff-Meckel

By McKenzie Kraemer You have probably seen Adri Shurtleff-Meckel’s art all over McCall. Her drawing style has a distinct personality that is eye-catching on the surface and rich with detail and texture the deeper you look. But this amazing body of work Meckel creates didn’t start out on a traditional path. “I wouldn’t say that … Continued


Winter may be here, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a taste of sunshine! When the cabin fever starts to set in, whip up a warm, sunny boost with these delicious recipes that will serve a crowd. Frenchies on Third Chelada Yaya Frenchies is a cozy neighborhood hangout and a convenient place to score … Continued

Slice of Life: An Outdoor Education

By McKenzie Kraemer Nature deficit disorder. Yes, it is really a thing. The phrase was coined in 2005 by Richard Louv in his best-selling book, Last Child in the Woods. The idea is that with the rapid development of technology over the last three decades, our entire society, and children in particular, are spending less … Continued

Tech in the Backcountry

We know the point of getting out of bounds is to disconnect for a time, but a few apps out there are worth bringing along on your adventures. And most work without cell service to keep you safe in the backcountry. Airflare ( Helps search and rescue teams find you in the wilderness. Just download … Continued

Hometown Art

By McKenzie Kramer Ever since the very first issue of Visit McCall Magazine, there has been one elusive story I’ve wanted to feature. Every year when we map out the editorial content and plan for upcoming magazines, the city bus shelters always top the list. For whatever reason, our timing has ALWAYS been off: The … Continued

Winter Adventure Seekers

The mountains of soft powder snow and expansive trail systems in the backcountry provide all the right ingredients to help adrenaline junkies get their fix. Seasoned backcountry skiers have their own favorite approaches. Experienced snowmobile riders have their favorite stashes. But you don’t need to have a ton of local knowledge to ‘get the goods’ … Continued

Sip & Savor: North Fork Coffee & Stacey Cakes

Sometimes there are flavors that work well at any meal. We can’t decide what time of the day we enjoy these treats from North Fork Coffee Roasters and Stacey Cakes more. Delicious breakfast? Check. Lunch? Absolutely. An après ski dinner? That works, too! Decide for yourself and whip up one of these recipes at home … Continued

In Search of Winter Solitude

Snow covered mountains naturally instill a sense of calm in all who carve out quiet moments among them. Those looking for an extra bit of solace during their trip to McCall can approach that in a few different ways.   WINTERTIME FOREST BATHING Forest bathing and forest therapy (Shinrin-Yoku) is the conscious and contemplative practice … Continued