HIKING -- A two-mile loop hike to Elk Creek Falls led by Mike Borysewicz, Colville National Forest wildlife biologist, will be a great opportunity to stretch your legs and increase your knowledge of natural landscapes and wildlife.
The free annual activity is set for June 25.
Where: Meet, 10 a.m., at the Elk Creek Trailhead at the Mill Pond Historic Site, a little more than 4 miles east of Metaline Falls on County Road 9345 (road to Sullivan Lake).
Attractions: Old prescribed burn heavily used by elk, cascading waterfall, wildflower meadow and interpretation by a veteran biologist.
Details: Bring a lunch, a hat, and sturdy walking shoes.
Info: Sullivan Lake Ranger Station, (509) 446-7500.