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Child ziplining down a cable, smiling at the camera, over a grassy hillside with pine trees in the background.

Where to Go Ziplining With Kids

Three Inland Northwest zipline tour companies offer experiences for adventurous families of varying ages, abilities, and group sizes.

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Geology for Kids

Where to go and how to include geology with outdoor adventures and at-home with GeoKidz subscription boxes.

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Rider Kelsey Webster on the Watchmen Trail in the Boise Foothills Trail System, which wind some 200 miles into the gullies and grasslands north of town.

6 Mountain Bike Towns in the Inland NW

Six of the best Inland NW destinations for mountain biking, with trails for all levels and mountain town amenities for a multiday bike trip.

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Green and white colored graphic logo for The Great Spokane Parks Challenge with outline of trees, sun, and trail.

Explore More Parks in Spokane County

Do the Great Spokane Parks Challenge: visit at least 24 different parks in Spokane County for a chance to win a prize ($40 value).

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Keep the Spokane River Flowing

Because of rapid population growth, drought conditions, and other issues, citizens need to help keep the Spokane River flowing.

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Smiling child wearing a neon yellow personal flotation device while swimming in a lake.

How To Swim Safe At A Lake

From beginner to advanced swimmers and watersport recreationists, it’s vital to know how to swim safe, especially in Northwest lakes.

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Bush with petite pink flowers with view of the Spokane River and Monroe Street Bridge in the far background.

Spokane Water Conservation Wisdom

Water conservation needs to be a way of life so there’s enough water in our rivers and streams for fish, wildlife, and summertime recreation.

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Young boy leaning against the wooden base displaying metal sculpture of redband trout at Redband Park in Spokane.

5 Urban Wild Destinations in Spokane for DIY Tours

Get out there to explore on your own or with a Wander Spokane guided tour and see some of Spokane’s lesser-known urban wilds.

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Group of runners on a paved trail in a treed park.

New Running Camp For Adults in Spokane

Northwest Mobile Physical Therapy Specialists provides specialized strength and mobility training specifically for runners.

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