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  • Survival expert builds a fire

    See the 10 sure-fire steps to building a fire in damp conditions in this photo summary of a demonstration by Air Force Survival School instructor Nick Weber. Point your arrow …


  • Wildflowers along Gold Hill Trail

    Day-hikers heading up the Gold Hill Trail to the fabulous views of Sandpoint, the Long Bridge and Lake Pend Oreille pass countless wildflowers on the way. Here’s a sampling of …


  • A snapshot of opening day fishing

    The opening day of Washington’s lowland trout fishing season is a timeless tradition for many Inland Northwest families. The fishing action and camaraderie that lures anglers to area lakes on …


  • Teach a kid to fish…

    Nearly 100 volunteers from Spokane-area sportsmen’s groups assemble on the first weekend of May to treat around 900 youngsters to the thrill of fishing during the annual Kids Fishing event …


  • Recreation blooms on the bluffs

    Wildflowers are bursting into their spring bloom in the region’s lowlands. The next few weeks are prime time for golden arrowleaf balsamroot flowers and wedding-white serviceberry blossoms to greet the …


  • Footloose on the St. Joe

    Starting on the Bitterroot Divide on the Montana-Idaho border, Outdoors editor Rich Landers and David Moershel of Spokane hike to the source of the St. Joe River in the heart …


  • Down Montana’s Smith River

    Boaters who beat the 7-to-1 odds for drawing a permit the float central Montana’s Smith River are treated to four or five days of scenic floating and camping in a …


  • Spokane River Canoe Classic

    The Spokane River Canoe Classic has become a Fathers Day Weekend tradition for many Inland Northwest canoeing and kayaking families. The 2010 event is scheduled for June 19, beginning at …


  • Glacier spring hiking

    As Glacier National Park celebrates its 100th year in 2010, publicity is likely to increase visitation. However, there’s always plenty of elbow room in the park during spring, before the …


  • Catching steelhead fever

    With a record run of more than 315,000 steelhead running from the ocean into the Snake River and over Lower Granite Dam, savvy anglers are dropping other obligations to get …


  • Autumn in the Purcells

    Three choice hiking routes lead from one mountain road in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia to a blaze of autumn glory in late September and early October. These photos …


  • Desert 100 dirt bikers

    Hundreds of motorcyclists turn out for the 28th Desert 100 dirt bike race outside Odessa, Wash. Spokesman-Review Outdoors editor Rich Landers was there to record the brusing event with his …

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