On Sunday, Feb. 23, She Jumps will host its annual “Get the Girls Out” event at Schweitzer Mountain Resort.
A dire report finding that roughly half of Americans didn’t recreate outside last year has made waves (and headlines) since its publication in January.
A new poll from Boise State University indicates that Idahoans are roughly split in their support for removing the four lower Snake River dams in Washington to save the Gem State’s threatened and endangered salmon and steelhead.
If you’re a longtime skier in the Pacific Northwest, chances are you’ve shredded the slopes of Stevens Pass or Whistler Blackcomb at some point.
A winning poem in the 2019 Spokesman-Review high school writing contest was plagiarized.
Sometimes life in the woods is too easy and so I make poor decisions, usually a succession of them in rapid-fire order, just so I don’t get too soft. If I get too soft, I might decide that things like curbside trash removal, plowed roads and riding a cruiser bike seem attractive. And that would, of course, be awful for any number of reasons that I can’t come up with right now.
To this day, Tom Palmer can’t sleep more than four or five hours a night. He’s as trained as his dogs ever were.
A picture of elk quarters piled high on pallets was shared more than 5,600 times on Facebook in January, accruing nearly 700 comments and more than 1,000 “angry face” reactions.
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Feb. 6
A bill mandating radio collars on wolves in “problem packs” is making its way through the Washington Legislature this week.
Registration for the 2020 Othello Crane Festival opened on Saturday. Wildlife viewing and geology tours sell out quickly, and people are urged to register early for the three-day event, which runs from March 20-22.
An annual celebration of all things outdoors is scheduled for Feb. 22 and 23. The Spokane Great Outdoors & Bike Expo features all sorts of outdoor recreation and travel. In its fourth year, the event also offers plenty of gear giveaways and booths staffed by outdoor industry experts.
The Washington Trail Association’s backcountry trip schedule was published online Friday.
Nearly half of Americans didn’t participate in any kind of outdoor recreation in 2019, according to a new report from the Outdoor Foundation.
An injured coyote bit a 43-year-old woman cross-country skiing near the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone on Tuesday morning, according to a Yellowstone National Park press release.
On Sunday, Spokane’s premier cross-country skiing race, Langlauf turns 40.
Spokane Audubon’s next meeting program on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 7 p.m., is on Dishman Hills Conservancy’s recent property additions in southeast Spokane County.
As Eric Braaten drove along the south end of Banks Lake on Monday, he noticed something odd on the ice.
There is a hole in my ice rink, and it is maddening.
U.S. Forest Service officials met with about 150 people in Lewiston and Moscow Saturday during informational meetings on the agency’s draft plan outlining future management of the 4-million-acre Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest.