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Rocktober at 49 Degrees North (Oct 7)

This Saturday, Oct 7, is 49 Degrees North’s first ever Rocktober Fest. This event is a combination of the Snowdance and Tour de Rock events and will feature live music, games, a bike ride, BBQ, guided hikes, and more. Admission ...

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Evergreen East Eastoberfest Enduro Race (Oct 8)

Evergreen East’s Eastoberfest will be held Oct 8 at Camp Sekani Park. This enduro race will consist of five stages featuring a mix of tech and flow trails with jumps suitable for all skill levels. As with any enduro race, ...

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Oregon Outback

Photo by Hank Greer.

I really enjoy the quiet and isolation of bike packing through the countryside. The Oregon Outback Route offers a lot of that. Connecting Klamath Falls with the confluence of the Deschutes and Columbia rivers, the Outback route follows rail trail, ...

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Moscow Mountain: The Making of a Mountain Bike Mecca

Photo of Moscow Mountain by Paul Chisholm.

If you’ve ever been to Moscow, Idaho, you’ve seen it. And if you’ve lived there, you’ve probably been on it. Moscow Mountain—a long, 5,000-foot-high ridge rising from a sea of rolling hills—dominates the Palouse skyline. During the summer, mountain bikers, ...

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Cycling in Tri-Cities, Washington

Tri-Cities, Washington, is an outdoor recreational paradise thanks to the region’s more than 300 days of sunshine and endless open spaces. The Columbia, Snake, and Yakima rivers that wind through the community offer opportunities for water skiing, kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, ...

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New Silver Valley App

Photo of Silver Valley App.

Located at the base of the Bitterroot Mountains, the Silver Valley is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. With over 2,600 square miles, there’s plenty to explore. Grab a road bike and hop on the 15-mile Route of the Hiawatha rail-trail or ...

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Gold Creek: An Adventure Lodge on Lake Pend Oreille

Photo by S. Michael Bennett.

Tucked away in the woods just two miles from where Gold Creek splashes into Lake Pend Oreille sits an exceptional retreat: the Gold Creek Lodge. The almost ghost town of Lakeview is close by, a reminder of the gold rush ...

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Cyclocross: Family, Spectator, and Rider Friendly Fun!

Photo of cyclocross racers by Hank Greer.

If there is a story that captures the essence of cyclocross, it’s the story of Ciara MacDonald’s first race at eight years old. Her father, Bryan MacDonald, and two brothers were racing cyclocross at the time. Ciara would bring her ...

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Outdoor Recreation Economy Continues to Grow in Washington

Last July, the Outdoor Industry Association published a significant report that revealed that outdoor recreation in Washington State generates 26.2 billion dollars in annual spending. “These numbers show that when we invest in public land, the payoff comes not only ...

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