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Woman trail runner cruising along a forested singletrack trail at Mt. Spokane State Park.

New Ultra Trail Run At Mount Spokane: July 9

The Kan, a new ultra trail run at Mt. Spokane State Park., takes place July 9, 2022, and includes 50k, 25k, and 10k distance options.

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Two female mountain bike riders taking a break off their bikes to enjoy the distant view of mountains and forests across a valley near the Continental Divide Trail near Butte, Montana.

Montana Divide Scramble Gravel Bike Ride: June 18

Divide Scramble ride near Butte, MT, is a 1-day, fully-supported event with 3 different mountain/gravel bike routes.

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Pink bitterroot blooms along the trail.

Inland NW Trail & Outdoor News – Spring 2022

May-June 2022 Inland Northwest trail and parks news, events, and other need-to-know info for eastern Wash. and northern Idaho public lands.

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Photo courtesy of ROW Adventures.

Wednesdays In the Woods at Riverside: June 2022

Free, family-friendly events every Wednesday evening in June 2022 at Riverside State Park’s Bowl & Pitcher area.

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Tall, mature pine trees in the Eagle Camp Wilderness, in Oregon, with sunshine streaming behind them.

New Funding For America’s Green Infrastructure

The Great American Outdoors Act and Bipartisan Infrastructure and Jobs Act both provide much-needed funds for public lands.

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Three story Bear Creek Lodge and brown siding, white-framed windows, green slanted roof, and brick chimney.

Mt. Spokane State Park Hopes to Add Bear Creek Lodge

Washington State Parks looks to acquire Bear Creek Lodge property to enhance entrance to Mount Spokane State Park.

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Runners crossing the Don Kardong Bridge one mile after starting the Negative Split Half Marathon. Photo: Hank Greer

Centennial Trail Don Kardong Bridge Improvements

American Rescue Plan, Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program, and Friends of the Centennial Trail combine funds for bridge improvements.

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Sepia-tone photo of traditional Kalispel Tribe canoe and two people sitting inside with fishing rods in the water.

Kalispel Tribe Reclaims Historic Lands

The Kalispel Tribe was gifted the Pack River Delta property by The Idaho Club reclaiming a portion of their traditional homeland.

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Metal bolt and anchor in a climbing rock with carabiner attached.

How To Report Bad Climbing Bolts & Anchors

Bower Climbing Coalition, based in Spokane, Wash., has a new online feature for people to report bad bolts or anchors at regional rock areas.

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