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  • Spokane Mountaineers 100th anniversary

    The Spokane Mountaineers have a century-old reputation as masters of cheap thrills in the great outdoors. They car-pool and sleep on the ground to get more adventure for the buck. …


  • Pasayten Wilderness 100-mile hike

    A 100-mile backpacking trip is a good start for sizing up a wilderness area. The Spokane Mountaineers, celebrating their 100th anniversary this year, honored the centennial at the end …


  • 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 …


  • Seven Devils Loop hike

    The Seven Devils Mountains are the lake-studded pinnacle of the Hells Canyon Wilderness rising above the Snake River to the west and the Salmon River near Riggins, Idaho, on the …


  • Glacier Peak Wilderness trek

    Visiting the 566,430-acre Glacier Peak Wilderness is a remote experience no matter how you approach it. Glacier Peak, elevation 10,541 feet …


  • Wenaha wilderness backpacking

    The Wenaha River Trail from Troy, Oreg., heading into the Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness is a favorite early-season backpacking trip among the Spokane Mountaineers. The trail is free of snow in April …


  • Mule packing to Star Peak

    The Forest Service is taking a team approach to restoring a fire lookout on a peak overlooking the Clark Fork River. Although many helping hands are involved, the heavy lifting …


  • Hiking Canada’s Lake O’Hara

    The 45 miles of trails in the basin around Lake O’Hara in are among the most scenic and coveted treks in Canada’s Yoho National Park. Strict quotas allow no more …


  • Fish Lake Trail mural vandalized

    Less that two weeks after it was virtually completed, the colorful mural in the tunnel on the Fish Lake Rail Trail near Marshall has been ruined by vandalism. Eastern Washington …