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Chris Kopczynski holding his newly published book.

Local Climbing Legend Chris Kopczynski Publishes New Book

Review of Spokane mountain climber Chris Kopczynski’s memoir “Into the Thin Hair,” that includes stories about his global climbing adventures during the 1970s-90s, which includes the Seven Summits (highest point on every continent) and several Himalayan peaks.

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Explore Nature with These Outdoor Themed Book Recommendations

Enjoy one of these books with local or regional significance while out on your next summertime adventure. The Spokane River (2018) edited by Paul Lindholdt: …

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6 Quiet Places Around Spokane to Read a Book Outside

A scenic view, grassy knoll, trailside bench, or perhaps a certain boulder or log may conjure the thought: “That would make a great spot to …

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Swimmers cool off in the Spokane River below Sandifur Bridge. Photo: Shallan Knowles

New Book “The Spokane River” Features Spokane River Reflections

Perhaps a river might seem like just a river—a waterway connecting a lake to another river. But not the Spokane. In the new book The …

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Three New Books Focus on Inland Northwest

Keokee Books, the small press in Sandpoint, Idaho, that publishes nonfiction natural history, history and guide books, has three new titles focusing on the Inland …

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Book Reviews: October 2006

K2: The Price of Conquest Lino Lacedelli and Giovanni Cenacchi Mountaineers Books, September 2006, 127 pages. K2: The Price of Conquest, critically examines the successful …

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Book Reviews: January 2006

Black Hole Charles Burns Pantheon, October 2005, 368 pages. What are the creepiest things ever to come out of the Pacific Northwest? David Lynch’s “Twin …

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Book Reviews January 2012

Freedom Climbers Bernadette McDonald Rocky Mountain Books, 2011, 352 pages Once again banff festival Director turned author, Bernadette McDonald, wowed the Banff Mountain Book Festival …

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Book Reviews

Day Hiking Columbia River Gorge Craig Romano The Mountaineers Books, 2011, 288 pages I am writing this book review as I travel by train through …

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Book Reviews

Northwest Foraging Doug Benoliel Skipstone Books, 2011, 220 pages If you have any outdoorsy inclinations and you live in the Inland Northwest, then you’ve probably …

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