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Cutthroat comeback

Saddle-sore, pack-rafting fly fishers sample Yellowstone trout revival


Hunter Education

I spent a good portion of the morning of my 29th birthday on my back inching beneath a fence while a preteen boy stood above me struggling to keep the …


Mt. Stuart

Mt. Stuart


Loma Vista Park disc golf course

A new youth disc golf course at Loma Vista was recently installed and includes four holes. The course is a partnership between the United States Youth Disc Golf Association, Spokane …


Turns all year

Mike Brede has skiied 12 months in a row. All without driving more than 2.5 hours from Spokane.


Endurance hike

photo gallery of endurance hike


Snow Peak Cabin

While considered rough and rustic living by some, for seasoned backpackers the Snow Peak Cabin’s many amenities offer a taste of the glamping high life within the heart of Washington’s …


Beacon Hill trail cleanup

On Monday 27 volunteers trekked along the network of mountain biking trails near Beacon Hill. The volunteers surveyed the damage the Upriver Beacon Fire did to the popular mountain biking …


The Post Falls Community Forest

With the acquisition of 128 acres in September the city of Post Falls now owns a 518 acre continuous section of land just south of the Spokane River. The land, …


Schweitzer’s hosted e-bike tours

Schweitzer Mountain Resort started offering hosted e-bike rides in July. The 2-hour guided tour of the mountain lets participants experience the beuty of mountain biking without any of the sweat.


Outdoors Fourth of July celebrations

Instead of fireworks, many Spokane recreationists celebrated the Fourth of July basking in nature’s beauty.


Spokane Mountaineers’ Mountain and Backpacking schools

Climbing Mount Athabasca in Alberta, Canada with the Spokane Mountaineers’ Mountain and Backpacking schools


Pedal-powered rail buggys at Pend Oreille River

Pedal-powered rail buggys at Pend Oreille River


Hiawatha Trail celebrates its 20th year

Mountain bikers take to the Hiawatha Trail for its 20th year.


Root digging at Swanson Lakes

Root digging at Swanson Lakes


Hiawatha Trail celebrates two decades

The Hiawatha Trail, a popular North Idaho bike trail, will celebrate its 20th anniversary Friday and Saturday.


Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area

As spring heads toward summer solstice, you’ll have several good reasons for the 5.5-hour drive from Spokane to the Portland area.


Extreme Huntress Jamie Belknap

Jamie Belknap is competing, for the second time, in a national hunting competition.


Mountain climber Dick Quinn

Dick Quinn, 65, a retired air force mechanic, didn’t hesitate when he came to the 50 degree sloping mass of snow and ice just a handful of a hundred feet …


Mica Peak trail development

Twenty or so volunteers started trail development on Mica Peak. The peak, which tops out at 5,209 feet, gives recreationists and volunteers alike a unique vantage point on the Spokane-area. …


Welcome to the Thunderdome: World-class ice climbing in Spokane’s backyard

For years, Spokane resident Scott Coldiron has been developing a pocket of ice climbing in Montana. This month all that work culminated in three big first ascents.


Road to table

Keaton Buell is one of thousands of Idaho residents who make use of  ungulates run over on the Gem State’s highways. Unlike many, he’s not using the roadkill to …


100 years of trapshooting

The Spokesman Review’s Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition is in its 100th year.


Record number of bald eagles counted on Lake Coeur d’Alene

372 bald eagles counted on Lake Coeur d’Alene setting new record


Canoeing Quetico

Canoeists paddle and portage eight days to camp and fish among the 6,000 lakes in the wilderness of Ontario’s Quetico Provincial Park.


Volcano marathon

When the dust settled from their flurry of climbing and driving, including an initial 36-hour run with no sleep, two law enforcement officers from Ellensburg had scaled Washington’s five tallest …


SUPer trip on Spokane River

Jed Conklin, Allison Roskelley and Grace Robison made the first known descent of the entire Spokane River by stand-up paddleboards (SUP) on Aug. 4-7, 2017. They ran the 112 miles …


Tuna fishing

Saltwater fishing for albacore tuna by charterboat in September out of Westport, Washington.


4-O Ranch Wildlife Area dedicated

Guests arriving at the 4-O Ranch Wildlife Area dedication reception in May 2016 reported marking bass and steelhead fishing hot spots along with spotting elk, deer, bighorn sheep, black …


Karelian Bear Dogs

Originating from Scandinavia and formalized as a breed in 1946,

  • Karelian Bear Dogs are known for being calm with humans while being courageous in hunting or dealing with large …