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Winter Commutes & Fat Bike Adventures

It’s December 1st and I’m on my first snow commute of the year. I’m delighted to hit the snowy streets and hear the purr of ...
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In NW Trail & Outdoor News

Free Outdoor Entertainment Do you have the skills to build the fastest outhouse on skis? Don’t miss Republic, Washington’s Winterfest on Jan. 13, where the ...
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Exploring Winter

I remember the first time I stopped to listen to the sound of snow falling hard in the countryside. It sounded like the rush of ...
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Building a Snow Shelter

Happy winter! Winter is not just for cozying up by the fire with a cup of tea and blanket, reading your favorite adventure novel. Winter ...
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Regional Tribes’ Salmon Recovery Efforts Funded

The Biden-Harris administration recently announced that they will commit $200 million over 20 years to support the Spokane Tribe of Indians (STOI), Coeur d’Alene Tribe ...
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Nature is More Than a Place to Visit

Sometimes when reading, it strikes me that the outdoors and nature have other uses than being our personal pastime playground. The wilderness isn’t just expansive ...
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The Benefit of Long, Slow Distance

For people who love running, it becomes second nature to say yes to difficult questions. Go for your run even though you’ve got a stuffy ...
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Inland NW Trail and Outdoor News

By Holly Weiler Pass Requirements & Weather Don’t forget to check your favorite trailhead for pass requirements as the season transitions from fall into winter, ...
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Those Thieving Bike Thieves

By Justin Short The phone rang at 4:30 a.m. one dismal rainy morning at The Hub, a dilapidated office space that housed several bike organizations ...
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