February 2018

“What Was That?”

Learn How to Recreate Safely Alongside Inland Northwest Wildlife at the Expo on Feb 25 On Sunday, February 25, you can join District Wildlife Biologist Annemarie Prince and her colleague Trent Roussin from the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) for some pointers on staying safe when you’re adventuring in the outdoors this year. […]

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Expo Games and Crafts

Kids can make Friendship Bracelets, God’s Eye Crafts, and Play the Invisible Maze Game through Camp Fire Inland Northwest What, you may ask, is an invisible maze game? If you’ve been at Camp Fire Inland Northwest recently, you may already know the answer. The invisible maze, available as a kid-friendly Expo activity at the Spokane

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Photo of Jerry Johnson Hot Springs by Angie Dierdorff.

Winter Lodging and Hot Springs Along Idaho’s Lochsa River

The region’s coziest winter camping is located along Highway 12 in Idaho’s Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest. The Lochsa Lodge, a historic, year-round resort on the Lochsa River just an hour west of Missoula, has wood stoves, clean bathrooms, a nice restaurant, and a bar with a selection of mostly local brews on tap. Also, this

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Hard Knocks

Ammi Midstokke to share outdoors mistakes at 2018 Expo to inspire safer adventuring Adventure writer and Out There Outdoor contributor Ammi Midstokke is no stranger to the outdoors, mistakes included. And she’s not afraid to laugh at herself for the benefit of others. Midstokke will share her embarrassing stories in hopes that others will take the

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