Inland Northwest Land Conservancy will host a birding hike, stewardship projects, and guided bike ride on Sept. 25 at Saltese Uplands Conservation Area.
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Liberty Lake, Wash. When your boots crunch through the dirt, or your tires race over a technical section of trail, or you catch a glimpse of an eagle in the trees, do you wonder how that land is available for your enjoyment? As recreationists, it’s all too common that we take land for granted—thinking it
Looking for a new trail to hike, ride, or run? Try one of these new or newish Inland Northwest trails. Evergreen East’s Short Draw at Saltese Uplands near Liberty Lake, Wash., creates options for either shorter loops or longer figure eights as it bisects the center of the conservation area. WTA completed work on the
Sponsored Article Situated at the edge of the Palouse and the Columbia River Plateau, Spokane boasts an ideal landscape for road biking, with expansive flat terrain and a myriad of mellow hills—and plenty of not-so-mellow ones if you’re looking to test your V02 max. From bustling, paved bike paths to rolling Palouse backroads, we’ve highlighted
The Trailhead — Info and updates about trails and outdoor recreation around the Inland Northwest for Fall 2022.
Located in the sweet spot between the Cascades and the Selkirk mountains, Spokane’s surrounding region hosts thousands of acres of public lands with hundreds of miles of trails. Resting on the edge of the arid Columbia River Basin, the stable climate almost permits year-round trail running. Spokane County features the two largest State Parks in
Road Biking Road Bike Areas The Spokane area offers the best in road biking. You can live in the heart of our city and ride from home, visiting quiet roads in minutes. We have low traffic rural roads surrounding the city that lead to pine forests, rolling wheat fields and small towns. Spokane has a
Winding through stands of giant ponderosa pines while pebbles and mud scatter in your wake. Gliding over slick rocks as your bike responds to each element of the trail. Bombing aggressively through canyons as you navigate smooth, narrow singletrack. Sound familiar? Yes folks, it’s that time of year again; time when we emerge from our
Outdoorsy Events Let Your Voice Be Heard! The Blue Mountains region, consisting of the Umatilla, Wallowa-Whitman, and Malheur National Forests, is currently undergoing a revision of its existing Forest Plan. A series of public meetings is planned throughout September and October, including an online Zoom meeting option on October 10. Join any of these and
There is no shortage of outdoor activities to experience between the Cascades and Rocky Mountains. In case you need a bit of inspiration, here’s our annual list of our favorite Inland Northwest summer adventures!