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Author Archives: Siobhan Ebel

As a kid Siobhan shunned the outdoors with its bugs and its dirt, but she has since grown up to love the outdoors (except the mosquitos - she never learned to love those) and has spent the past few years vigorously making up for everything she missed out on as a kid. Siobhan enjoys rock climbing, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing, and camping and relishes the opportunity to share her adventures with others.

Ten Ways to Explore the Silver Valley This Fall

Photo courtesy of the Silver Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Idaho’s Silver Valley is known for its rich mining history and rugged landscape. With 87% of Shoshone County classified as “forest uplands” and less than 1% as urban or developed, the Silver Valley is an ideal place for the outdoor ...

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Long Lake Clean-Up with Packing It Out (Sept 5)

Photo courtesy of REI and Packing it Out.

Join the Packing It Out team and Riverside State Park on September 5 for a clean-up of the Fisk property along Long Lake. The Packing It Out team was founded in 2015 by Seth Orme in an effort to clean ...

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Explore the Ferry County Rail Trail

Photo by Jesse Harding.

The Ferry County Rail Trail is located in the shadow of the Kettle River Range just north of Republic. This 25-mile trail follows the old Burlington Northern Railroad corridor along the shoreline of Curlew Lake and the Kettle River north ...

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Jackass Hill Climb (Aug 19)

The third annual Jackass Hill Climb will be happening Saturday, August 19 at Silver Mountain Resort in Kellogg, Idaho. This event will test the endurance of runners and mountain bikers as they race up approximately 3,300 vertical feet in seven ...

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Dirty Ladies Days at Silver Mountain

Photo of female mountain bikers courtesy of Silver Mountain Resort.

Every Friday in August and Saturday in September, Silver Mountain will be hosting women’s only group rides. This event, called the Dirty Ladies Days, is free with the purchase of a lift ticket or season pass and is open to ...

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Ales for the Trail (Aug 12)

Photo courtesy of Ales for the Trail.

The fifth annual Ales for the Trail is back this year at the newly remodeled McEuen Park in downtown Coeur d’Alene. Brewers will be on hand and ready to pour on August 12 from 2-8 p.m. In addition to 25 ...

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Round About 5K (July 23)

A community favorite, the Round “About 5k” walk/run will be held on July 23 in Deer Park. This event was begun by Deer Park Physical Therapy in 2011 to encourage community wellness through physical fitness while raising money for a ...

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Weekend Camping: Mount Rainier National Park

With over 260 miles of hiking trails, Mount Rainier National Park offers campers plenty of ways to keep active. Mount Rainier has five main campgrounds located within park boundaries. The largest campground, Ohanapecosh, is located on the southeast side of ...

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Nelson, B.C.—Cody Caves Provincial Park

Photo of Cody Caves by Kyle Giesbrecht

Ainsworth, B.C., north of Nelson, is known for its hot springs and access to Kootenay Lake, but lesser known is Cody Caves Provincial Park, located just north of Ainsworth. Cody Caves is a system of limestone caves in the Selkirk ...

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