Month: February 2019

Photo of Trevin Hansen and father cross country skiing.

Adaptive Recreation Opportunities for Kids, Teens, & Adults in the Inland Northwest

Therapeutic Recreation Services (TRS) through Spokane Parks Department offers Nordic and downhill programs plus abundant year-round activities!   Contact Alice Busch abusch@spokanecity.org or (509) 625-6245 PASS Adaptive Soccer. Contact  monaca.PASS@gmail.com or (509) 862-8065. Gonzaga Exceptional Bulldogs Hockey. Contact gonzagaexceptionalbulldogs@gmail.com. Bambino Buddy Ball Baseball. Contact bambinobballmom1@yahoo.com or (509) 251-2588. More programs are available. Contact the Arc of …

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Owen Cline throwing a method grab at Mt. Spokane's Jingle Rails.

Spokane and North Idaho Ski Resort Terrain Park Guide

Terrain parks have evolved since the early 90’s. They are now at nearly every resort, and some communities even set them up in local parks come winter. The four Ski the Northwest Rockies association resorts here in the Inland Northwest have beginner parks to hone your skills on lower elements before hucking yourself off of …

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Sticks vs. Boards: Conflict and Camaraderie at Spokane and North Idaho Ski Resorts

Skiers vs. snowboarders. One plank vs. two. Sticks vs. boards.  It is a conflict as old as time; well, it’s at least as old as the early 80s when snowboarding started gaining popularity. This new way of riding or surfing the mountain was foreign to many skiers and resorts. In its early days of the …

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