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UPDATED: Fri., March 29, 2019

‘Myst’ makers Cyan Worlds turn to Kickstarter once more to fund virtual reality game ‘Firmament’

The Mead-based company that developed the seminal 1990s adventure game is crowdsourcing its next adventure, with a goal of raising $1.3 million in a month to make “Firmament.” The company’s …

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 20, 2019

Great Outdoors and Bike Expo Saturday, Sunday

The third annual outdoor adventure and bike expo will be Saturday and next Sunday at the Spokane Convention Center. Expo attendees also gain access to the Spokane Golf Show.

Banff Mountain Film Festival tour coming to Spokane’s Bing Crosby Theater

Chilling doses of icy adventure are among features the Banff Mountain Film Festival is delivering to Spokane next weekend.

Ammi Midstokke: Running away and other outdoor skill development programs

At the ripe old age of 7 – having determined myself to have the wisdom and acuity to identify injustice as well as the courage to stand up against it …

Field reports: Women in wilderness explored by panel

OUTDOORS – Four local women with wide-ranging experience in the great outdoors will join for a panel presentation on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Bowl and Pitcher amphitheater at …

2016 inspiring state adventurers: Feats by land, sea and sky

Rowing the Mississippi River. Bagging Mount Rainier for the 500th time. Winning the Mountain Running world championship. Kayaking from Alaska to Washington.

‘Sufferfest’ climber-filmmaker dusts off for National Geographic Live

Cedar Wright is bringing his uncomfortable relationship with climbing and film-making to Spokane.

Midstokke: Outdoor adventure awaits for those who seek it

A bomb has just exploded in my living room. There are boots and backpacks, trekking poles, various sizes of hydration bladders, headlamps, camp stoves, more head lamps, first aid kits, …

Adventure writer Peter Stark to read at Auntie’s

As failures go, it was a glorious one, in Peter Stark’s estimation. With sights on the Pacific Coast, one party of explorers set out by sea, a “shaggy bunch” of …

Out & About: Salt baiting Illegal in Idaho

OUTLAW – Elk and deer are crazy for salt, and that craving, exploited by unethical and illegal hunters, is getting them killed, according to Idaho Department of Fish and Game …

Family endures ultra adventure in Sahara

T he Sahara Desert was a high point for the Lowe family, led by a father with a weakness for challenging his endurance. In the past year, Ted Lowe of …

Hazards of desert trek paled to Cairo taxi

“Cairo was a dump,” Ted Lowe said, recalling the day he arrived in Egypt with his daughter and son to race an ultramarathon in the Sahara Desert. They bought all …

Extended adventure

When it comes to breathing, South Side resident Dr. Richard Byrd is an expert, but not just because he’s a pulmonary specialist at Rockwood Clinic. When he isn’t working, Byrd, …

Out & About

Two Coeur d’Alene-based adventure travel companies received top international rankings in National Geographic Adventure magazine’s January feature on “The Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth.”

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