Month: May 2019

Backcountry Booty (Hidden: 5.31.19; Found 6.3.19)

UPDATE: This booty has been found! Congrats to Laura! Weekend Adventure Cave Singers Package This is a special Backcountry Booty: a Weekend Adventure Cave Singers Package ($230 value) in partnership with Get Out Fest in Ferry County, June 27-30! The winner of this Backcountry Booty will receive: Festival admission for 2 adults: gets you into …

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Run, Bike, and Stay at RED Mountain Resort in Rossland, BC

New Adult Running Camp and Youth Mountain Bike Camps to Launch this Summer RED Mountain Resort, located in the Kootenay region of Canada, is well known for its location on the powder highway in winter; it should also be noted as a summer recreation destination, with single track, wildflowers, and epic views for bikers, trail …

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Explore the Salmon River with a Middle Fork River Tour Trip

Explore one of Idaho’s most pristine rivers, while conserving open space and creating outdoor opportunities for youth with Kaniksu Land Trust! Join Sandpoint-based Middle Fork River Tours for a five-day trip through the wild heart of Idaho in the 2.3 million acre Frank Church Wilderness. You’ll enjoy luxurious camping, breathtaking scenery, whitewater adventure, first class …

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Collaborative River Conservation in the Inland NW

Rivers are complex systems, and conservation efforts can be as complex as river systems themselves. Collaborative efforts involving multiple stakeholders have the best chance to be successful. Here are two regional conservation efforts where multiple stakeholders are working together to improve our waterways. Invasive Predators Invasive northern pike have been making inroads into the Columbia …

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Summer Events along the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes

The 73.2-mile paved Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes is the connecting thread between a network of outdoor recreation activities and events across the Idaho Panhandle. The friendly towns along this world-class biking and walking trail boast many historic buildings and sites and incredible scenery and outdoor activities. The lakeside community of Harrison, Kellogg in the …

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Leavenworth Climbing: Off the Beaten Path

Full of Bavarian charm, beer, and brats, Leavenworth is a dream. Nestled in the Cascade Mountains of Central Washington in the Wenatchee River Valley, many people are drawn to its breweries, festivals, and shopping. Nutcracker museums and Reindeer Farms aside, Leavenworth is a mecca for outdoor recreation, especially for climbers. With over fifty granite crags …

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