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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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Climbing with Anna

We summited Prusik Peak on the most perfect day in The Enchantments this season, with temperatures in the mid-60s, light breezes, cobalt skies and only …

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Looking Back at the Spokane Mountaineers (1977 to 1985)

1977 was a big year for club member John Roskelley, who, along with non-members Galen Rowell, Kim Schmitz and Dennis Henzel, attempted and succeeded to …

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Looking Back at the Spokane Mountaineers (1968-1976)

In 1968 the Spokane Mountaineers hosted then-Congressman Tom Foley at the club chalet on Mount Spokane to discuss conservation issues and other hot topics. Another …

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Looking Back at the Spokane Mountaineers (1951 to 1967)

A special meeting of the club was called to liquidate the lodge and property. Property taxes this year were a staggering $3.80 per year. Mabel …

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Spokatopia Outdoor Adventure Festival: 1 Day, A Whole Summer’s Worth of Fun (July 11)

Have you always wanted to try stand up paddleboarding, rock climbing, kayaking or geo-caching? How about SUP yoga, disc golf, rafting, slacklining or demoing the …

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New Zipline Tour on Mica Peak above Liberty Lake Opens Memorial Weekend

The Mica Peak area above Liberty Lake, a former moonshine hotspot turned hiking and mountain biking mecca, will be getting a new recreational attraction come …

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New Ice Routes in the Cabinet Range

The Cabinet Mountains Wilderness is home to very diverse terrain, ranging from 8,000-foot rocky peaks that are often snowcapped year-round, to huge cedars in rich, …

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Local Climber Jess Roskelley Scales Patagonia’s Cerro Torre

Cerro Torre is often labeled the most beautiful peak in the world, and it frequently draws the most devoted technical alpinists to its climbing challenges. …

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