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Japan’s smaller cities offer lands of discovery and adventure

Tokyo and Kyoto aren’t the only worthwhile destinations to visit in storied Japan, but they’re often the only ones Americans know about. The nation’s smaller towns offer plenty of attractions, from a land where oriental white storks fly overhead to a historic town memorable for its hot springs.

Magical hiking in ABQ

Our friend took us to one of his favorite trails near Albuquerque.

Family fun in fall: Eight local autumn activities to do with kids

Against a palette of changing hues, our region's crisp autumn days will stretch just long enough to unfold a number of bargains for fall family fun. From trips to Green Bluff to a walk around a neighborhood park, you and kids can harvest some time together.

Parkinson’s diagnosis, COVID-19 pandemic push Spokane couple to realize lifelong dream of hiking the PCT

For two decades Barry Brown dreamed of the Pacific Crest Trail. The 2,650-mile route that winds its way from Canada to Mexico seemed like a wonderful adventure. A challenge and something that would test his "endurance." But, the demands of everyday life - a business, children, mortgages and bills - took precedent.Until everything changed, first with a Parkinson's diagnosis and then, more recently, a global pandemic. Brown, 60, first noticed the tremors - a hallmark of the progressive neurological disorder - about five years ago, although he lost his sense of smell, another possible symptom, nearly a decade back. 

Wildfires, smoke snuff out outdoor adventures across U.S.

Untold numbers of camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, rafting and biking adventures have been scrapped as U.S. wildfires have scorched nearly 7,900 square miles this year in forests, chaparral and grasslands ravaged by drought. The vast majority are on public lands in the West that also serve as summer playgrounds.

Toxic algae bloom considered in death of California family

SAN FRANCISCO — Investigators are considering whether toxic algae blooms or other hazards may have contributed to the deaths of a Northern California couple, their baby and the family dog on a remote hiking trail, authorities said.