5.11 got its start making technical gear for law enforcement and other public safety workers who need quality gear that is up for whatever real-world challenges await out in the field. Branching out with products that appeal to outdoor and fitness enthusiasts was a good move. I really can’t stop wearing this flannel. This stylish, […]
Get Out & Ride a Fatty Although I am an avid commuter and recreational cyclist, I have only ridden a fat bike once—and it wasn’t in the snow. So, my biggest question is: with all the winter sports available to us here in the Inland Northwest, why ride a fat bike when the snow flies?
The Kalispel Tribe is hosting a fundraiser for South Selkirk Mountain Caribou recovery efforts on Saturday, March 3, 2018, at Northern Quest Resort and Casino. The event will feature a screening of Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest, a cinematic journey into the world of endangered mountain caribou. The film’s producer, David Moskowitz, will be
Running during Spokane winters is a mental and physical challenge; the icy conditions can be treacherous to navigate, and it is hard to be motivated with fewer hours of daylight and colder temperatures. Some people opt to run indoors on a treadmill or focus on cross-training until the conditions are safe enough to return to
Layer up for the lifts, a mellow winter walk, or throw this ultra-warm layer in your pack on a snowy fat bike ride or backcountry ski tour for snack breaks or safety meetings. Made from Merino 250 fabric, this hoody is so soft you may come home from your next adventure and end up taking
Soon enough, Inland Northwest rivers will have the perfect riffles and flow levels for fly lines to catch rainbow and cutthroat trout. Until then, fly fishing enthusiasts can enjoy The Fly Fishing Film Tour’s 2018 World Premiere at The Bing Crosby Theater in downtown Spokane on Tuesday, February 6 at 7 p.m. (Doors open at