Month: June 2018

Visit Harrison, Idaho, for On-The-Lake Fun

If you’re looking for a relaxed but interesting place with plenty of recreation and some historical character, Harrison’s your town. Nestled in northern Idaho at the mouth of Coeur d’Alene Lake, Harrison’s a small town with big adventure opportunities. With it’s stretching lake views and hills full of pines, it’s a beautiful spot to fish, …

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Photo of a lake with stars above.

Where to Go Night Hiking in the Inland Northwest

Follow these tips and try one or more of these night hike destinations around the Inland Northwest. Colville National Forest Sherman Peak Loop, south of Sherman Pass (Kettle Falls, Wash.) Columbia Mountain, north of Sherman Pass Abercrombie Mountain, northeast of Colville Hall Mountain, east of Metaline Falls Quartzite Mountain, east of Chewelah Umatilla National Forest …

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View of Cliff Lake.

Two Lakes, One Trail: Hiking Montana’s Diamond and Cliff Lakes

Outside St. Regis, Montana are two beautiful lakes that are worth taking the time to explore. Diamond and Cliff Lakes are perched in an alpine cirque basin at 5,400 feet in Montana’s Bitterroot Divide. This moderate hike has only 500 feet of elevation gain and some of the best scenery in the area. Yet, sadly, …

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Photo of yoga instructor and crowd at Riverfront Park.

Explore What’s New at Spokane’s Riverfront Park This Summer

Skate Ribbon What becomes of an ice ribbon when spring hits? Find out downtown Spokane, where Riverfront Park’s Ice Ribbon has transitioned to its spring and summer mode: Skate Ribbon, open for daily wheel use during all open park hours (5 a.m. to midnight). The best part? If you bring your own wheels, it’s free. …

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