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Laurie Fleming of Spokane adds muscle power to a Washington Trails Association volunteer project to improve a trail in Spokane County's Iller Creek Conservation Area. (Rich Landers)

Spokane-area trail work projects fall into place

VOLUNTEERING OUTDOORS -- Helpers are needed for two reconstruction projects on popular trails near Spokane this month. The Washington Trails Association is coordinating the work as follows: Mount Spokane, Sept. 1 and 15 – the last of several Thursday work parties on re-routes of trails...

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Penstamen blooms on the rocks on a ridge in the Salmo-Priest Wilderness overlooking Watch Lake and Gypsy Peak, the highest mountain in Eastern Washington. (Rich Landers)

Today it's even more peaceful at Gypsy Peak 

HIKING -- Today is the first day of the annual late-summer closure of several roads leading to prime recreation areas in the Sullivan Lake Ranger District of the Colville National Forest. The closures were instituted in the 1980s to reduce human disturbance in prime grizzly...

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