Month: April 2019

New Land Trust Aims to Turn Timberland to Trails

CHEWELAH, WA—While the thought of running out of recreation land might seem ridiculous in open space-abundant Northeast Washington, it’s critical that outdoor enthusiasts recognize not all of those wide-open spaces will stay that way forever. The Chewelah Valley Land Trust, a 501(c)(3)non-profit, is hoping to preserve a 400-acre chunk of land known as Gold Hill north …

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Hike of the Month: Revere Wildlife Area and Palouse to Cascades Trail

Consider this two hikes in one. Although a trip here will require a little extra planning, visitors have access to two different public land agencies, two different hiker experiences, and several options for extending a short loop into a longer outing if so desired. For the pre-planning required of this trip, start by completing an …

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Advice for Anyone on Anything by Ammi Midstokke

Ammi Midstokke is a nutritionist with an arguably-dangerous appetite for adventure. Her monthly “Eatology” nutrition column appears in each print edition of “Out There Outdoors” and online here. She lives with her daughter in Sandpoint, Idaho. Reader Question: Is there any danger in drinking too much tea? Ammi: True story. I used to think tea …

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Wildlife Sightings & Stellar Scenery Await Riders on Idaho’s Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes

One of Northwest’s longest paved biking trails will have you pedaling past lakes, along a wild river, through friendly small towns and wetlands and woods teaming with birds and other wildlife–all without the crowds you might expect. If you haven’t ridden the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes yet, put it at the top of your …

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