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New Fishtrap Loop Trail Invites Hikers to Explore

The Bureau of Land Management Fishtrap Recreation Area is well known to fishers, hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians – even astronomers – as a premier scablands getaway. The new Fishtrap Loop Trail is currently under construction, but it already opens up miles of new sights and experiences. This 8,000 plus acre recreation area offers two big …

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Photo of Fish Lake by Holly Weiler.

Hike of the Month: Fishtrap Lake, Bureau of Land Management (Cheney, Wash.)

Last July’s Watermelon Hill fire, sparked by target shooters using exploding targets, charred over 13,000 acres on the Fishtrap Recreation Area and surrounding land. As destructive and terrifying as it was last summer, the wildfire also provides hikers an opportunity to watch the area’s recovery this spring. Most of the largest ponderosa pines survived, aspens …

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Hike of the Month: Abercrombie Mountain via Flume Creek Trail

Colville National Forest Not that the Inland Northwest has particularly tall mountains, as the Selkirk Range can’t quite measure up to Cascade standards for height, but Abercrombie Peak comes in as the second tallest mountain in eastern Washington at 7,308 feet. The nice part about moderately tall mountains is that they sometimes have trails leading …

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Inland Northwest Lake Guide – 2019

Spectacular landscapes and stunning sunsets. Huge, majestic lakes resembling small seas. Uncrowded, rocky-sand beaches. Massive national forests with alpine lake gems. This is what sets Inland Northwest lake country apart from our coastal counterparts, with destinations for all types of water-loving adventurers. Our 4thannual lake guide can help you decide where to go and what …

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