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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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Mountain Biking in Montana: Ward Mountain

Photo courtesy of Alicia Leggett.

Most peaks in Montana’s Bitterroot Range fall within the Bitterroot-Selway Wilderness boundary. Because of this, local riders rarely have the chance to experience summiting a peak. Ward Mountain, southwest of Hamilton, Mont., is an exception. Ward Mountain Trail is a ...

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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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Mill Creek Trail Mountain Biking

Photo of biker by Alicia Leggett.

Mill Creek Trail is a fast, fun descent near Highway 12, south of Missoula, Mont. The four-mile trail can be shuttled or ridden as part of a 16.6-mile loop, with an optional extension up to Carlton Ridge. Mill Creek is ...

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Fitness Training with Your Own DIY Multi-Sport Challenges

Photo of swimmer by Summer Hess.

The number of race options in the world is enough to excite and, in some cases, overwhelm athletes. There are road races, themed races like the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Color Me Rad, charity races like Race for the ...

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The North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation Gets a New Director

The North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation recently hired Todd Dunfield as its new executive director. Dunfield took over the job last month, and he’s already working on some big projects. “The Centennial Trail is a regional treasure because it connects ...

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Trail Maniacs Foundation Aims to Groom Winter Trails for Fat Bikes

Fat Bikes, Fat Smiles. Photo: Alan Lemire.

Trail Maniacs trail running club members run trails year-round, unless of course there’s too much snow covering the trails. Trail Maniacs race director and founder, Dave Dutro, recently created the Trail Maniacs Foundation, a non-profit organization, to provide more winter ...

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2017 North American Enduro Cup Race Results

Photo courtesy of Jason O'Neil.

On June 24 – 25 Inland Northwest enduro mountain bikers went head-to-head with competitors from all across the globe at one of the most competitive enduro races the region has ever held. Silver Mountain, in Kellogg, Idaho, hosted the North American ...

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