Month: May 2016

New Fishtrap Loop Trail Invites Hikers to Explore

The Bureau of Land Management Fishtrap Recreation Area is well known to fishers, hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians – even astronomers – as a premier scablands getaway. The new Fishtrap Loop Trail is currently under construction, but it already opens up miles of new sights and experiences. This 8,000 plus acre recreation area offers two big …

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Spokefest, Mountain Gear, and Strider Donating 120 Bikes at June 4 Giveaway Party (applications due by May 27)

SpokeFest Association and Mountain Gear are joining forces with Strider Bikes, the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of children’s no-pedal balance bikes, to give away 120 Strider Bikes to Spokane County youth ages 18 months to 5 years old. Mountain Gear will host a Giveaway Party on Saturday, June 4, from 10 a.m. – 12 …

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For the Love of SUP: Local Couple Offer Paddleboard Rentals on the Spokane River

While Coeur d’Alene has several spots where you can rent standup paddleboards and kayaks and carry them to the water, you just can’t beat sliding a board into the Spokane River and paddling down to where it opens into the lake’s open waters. At Fun Unlimited in Post Falls, Idaho, you can do just that. …

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Walk, Bike, Bus

Spokane’s Garland district residents will soon receive an invitation in the mail to join the WalkBikeBus program offered in their neighborhood this summer. WalkBikeBus offers incentives and personalized support to people interested in trying new modes of transportation. Spokane Regional Health District launched the program’s first campaign last summer in the South Perry neighborhood. After …

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