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  • Free Reign
  • Free Reign

    Jump off the chairlift and cut your own cross-country trail
      Downhill skis tightly lock you — and your feet — in. It’s a lifestyle run by chairlifts and ski lodges and crowded alpine runs. Cross-country skiing, on the other hand, puts you in a different pair of boots that leaves your heels free to climb, glide and wander open terrain.
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  • Good Times
  • Good Times

    Winter events worth checking out this season.
      During the upcoming Camping Winter Overnight Adventure, sponsored by Mountain Goat Outfitters and FLOW Adventures, experts will demonstrate how to make the best out of any camping trip — including one in the frigid wilderness. Learn how to stay warm and have fun in freezing temperatures.
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  • Snowshoeing When I Shouldn'’t Be
  • Snowshoeing When I Shouldn'’t Be

    Most winter hikes are peaceful, commonplace affairs. Just not this one.
      What was intended to be a leisurely lunch turned into a quick snack, but it’s more than enough fuel to get us back to our car near Selkirk Lodge, just a couple of miles away. We could’ve stayed longer, but with four of us — my fiancée and.
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  • Saving the Slopes
  • Saving the Slopes

    If you love your ski resort so much, why don’t you buy it?
      Bluewood had never been a big or fancy resort. It boasts only 18 groomed runs, plus six open treed areas. But it was the closest mountain around for skiers in the Walla Walla area, and at $42 per lift ticket, it offered some of the cheapest skiing in the state.
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  • Safety Net
  • Safety Net

    Don’t go bumbling alone into the winter wild.
      “We’re here for people who want to be adventurous but don’t know how to get out there,” says Sara Schmelzer, president of the Spokane Mountaineers. “We have the skills to teach you how to be safe in the outdoors and preserve the natural environment that we all enjoy.
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  • Winter Warriors
  • Winter Warriors

    Meet the maniacs and moms who bike through the cold in the Inland Northwest.
      But you might not guess as much, judging from the cultural myths that surround bike commuting. The perception that winter commuters are thrill-happy daredevils — or that all bike commuters are angry, Lycra-clad environmentalists — is a tired caricature.
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