Month: July 2011

TAKE A TOUR OF THE DOWNTOWN BIKE LOOP

Join Grant Wencel, the City’s Bicycle-Pedestrian Coordinator; members from the Bicycle Advisory Board (BAB); and other bicycle enthusiasts this week on a tour of the newly completed downtown bike loop. “The downtown bike loop project is great for Spokane,” says Grant Wencel, “As a City we continue to make significant strides in improving our community …

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Mountain Gear Promote’s David Noonan

Paul Fish, president of Mountain Gear, Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of David Noonan to Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing from Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Dave’s hard work, strategic thinking and commitment to Mountain Gear have positioned our company for continuing success. Through his dedication and leadership, Mountain Gear …

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What’s Your Gear?: Eli And Anna Brown: Ultralight Backpacking

Covering more distance in a shorter time—that’s the essential reason for ultralight backpacking, which is something Eli and Anna Brown have been doing together for six years. They got particularly interested in the concept “after a very slow and unsuccessful attempt at hiking the Snoqualmie to Stevens stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail,” Anna says. …

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North Face of Mount Rainier

Roadtrip: Taking Kids To Mt. Rainier

A “bucket list” vacation FOR any Northwest family should be Mount Rainier National Park. After all, who wants a kid to grow up without stepping foot on the 14,410-foot mountain that dominates the Cascade Range? It’s the fifth highest peak and the tallest volcano in the contiguous United States. Even better, it’s an “episodically active” …

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