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7 Wild Places — Epic Backcountry Drives & Adventures Along the Way

Backcountry roads can be the necessary evil of adventure: every recreationist has his or her story of harrowing, white-knuckled mountain driving or late-night tire repair …

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Inland Northwest Wildfire Resources for Outdoor Recreationists

With hundreds of wildfires burning around the Pacific Northwest, including thousands of acres in Eastern Washington and North Idaho, the skies around Spokane look apocalyptic …

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Family Camping and Floating on the North Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River

Rustic beauty abounds along the North Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River and the surrounding Panhandle National Forest. This rural swath of Idaho provides a …

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Backpacking with Your Bike

If you haven’t already heard, there’s been a new buzz in the air in the mountain biking scene that has to do with backcountry adventuring …

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Family Fun at Lake Pend Oreille – Farragut State Park

Although Lake Pend Oreille (“Pond Oray”) is Idaho’s largest and deepest lake, with 200 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 1,200 feet, it …

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Huckleberry Tent & Breakfast: A Rustic Retreat Near Sandpoint, Idaho

They have cozy beds. They have home-cooked breakfasts. But this sweet spot just south of Clark Fork, Idaho isn’t what you’d expect from a bed …

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Northeast Washington Hiking/Camping Road Trip

Let me be your concierge for a Northeast Washington hiking weekend this summer that includes hiking Thirteen Mile Trail, an overnight car-camping stay at Swan …

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Camping in the Kootenays

Tucked between the forested slope of the Slocan Range of the Selkirk Mountains and the broad sandy beaches of Kootenay Lake, Kokanee Creek Provincial Park …

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Camp Responsibly in the Backcountry

Practice Leave No Trace All the things you bring to your campsite or the backcountry should be taken out with you: trash, cans and other …

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Riverside State Park Bike Camp. Photo: Hank Greer

Bike-Camping: Try a Sub-24-Hour Overnight

Need a mini-vacation? Try a sub 24-hour overnight (s24o) camping trip. The Inland NW have close-to-urban destinations for camping.

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