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The Best Kayaking Lake In Pennsylvania Is One You May Never Have Heard Of

Kayaking allows us to spend quiet time on the water under the golden summer sun or in the cold of winter. It’s perhaps one of the most relaxing ways to spend a day in nature. With 2,500 lakes in Pennsylvania, we have a ton of places to go kayaking all year round. However, if you […] The post The Best Kayaking Lake In Pennsylvania Is One You May Never Have Heard Of appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Kalispell, MTFlathead Beacon

Cabins in the Woods Raise Conservation Concerns

The Flathead National Forest’s (FNF) proposal last spring to develop a pod of rental cabins on a remote, infrequently visited drainage within the Spotted Bear Ranger District, which serves as a portal to the Bob Marshall Wilderness, triggered a flood of opposition and prompted land managers to sideline the project before ever making a formal decision.
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Estes Park, COEstes Park Trail Gazette

Enjoy these August events in Estes Park

You can’t hike the entire time you’re in town, although no one here will blame you for trying. Instead, fill out your trip with local events that will give you a taste of the sights, sounds and flavors of this vibrant little mountain town. Events range from live music (local and nationally acclaimed bands occupy stages here) to arts and craft beverage festivals, outdoor markets and game nights.
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The Ann Arbor News

Copper Harbor’s new Whipsaw Trail promises ‘downhill thrill ride’ for mountain bikers

CALUMET, MICH. -- One of the Midwest’s most lauded singletrack mountain bike trail networks has a new section now open to riders, and it’s not for the faint of heart. Copper Harbor Trails Club recently announced the newest steep descent in its nearly 40-mile trail system, located in the Upper Peninsula: A three-quarter-mile “downhill thrill ride” dubbed the Whipsaw Trail. Named after the two-man saw used during the region’s 19th-century logging era, the twisty, rocks-and-loose-soil trail includes optional medium-sized jumps that can rocket riders airborne.
Saint Johnsbury, VTCaledonian Record-News

Biking Trail Coming To Town Forest

ST. JOHNSBURY — There’s a trail sign near the parking area of the Town Forest noting “NO biking” that will have to change. The trail network will soon offer a mountain biking trail thanks to a grant sought by the town and an effort driven by the Caledonia Trail Collaborative.
Miami, FLcalleochonews.com

The 3 Best Things to do in Miami for Kids in

While Miami has so much to offer for adults, the dynamic city is just as exciting for kids. As a parent, you can choose from a range of fun (and safe) excursions for your kids. In this article, we’ll walk you through the 3 Best things to do in Miami for Kids which are popular and kid-friendly locations that your children will fall in love with. Continue reading.
South Lake Tahoe, CAMountain Democrat

Tahoe’s Stanford Rock Trail rerouted

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — The Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, has completed the Stanford Rock Trail project on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe. The project involved more than three years of handbuilt singletrack construction, yielding more than 5 miles of trail with over 2,200 feet of elevation gain. The project increases trail access for non-motorized users — mountain bikers, hikers and equestrians alike, who seek to enjoy the beauty of Lake Tahoe.
Union County, ORLa Grande Observer

Mount Emily Recreation Area set to reopen

LA GRANDE — The Mount Emily Recreation Area will partially reopen on Saturday, July 31. The Union County Board of Commissioners voted Wednesday, July 28, to reopen MERA for nonmotorized day use. MERA has been closed to the public by the board of commissioners since July 21 due to hot and dry conditions that have created a fire hazard.
Laramie, WYvisitlaramie.org

Best Places for Wildflowers Near Laramie

Summer in the Rocky Mountain West is as fleeting as it is astoundingly beautiful. In Laramie, Wyoming, residents speak of summer with a tone of reverence and appreciation that approaches the spiritual. The area’s long winters, though full of recreational opportunities themselves, make extra love for the summer understandable. Plus, it’s hard to beat summer in the mountains. At 7,165 feet, Laramie is already as high as or higher than some mountainous terrain, meaning that temperatures are usually pleasantly warm but never blistering.
Richmond, VARichmondBizSense

Hostel takeover: Monroe Ward building sells for $1.8 million

After its previous operator closed it down earlier this year, the city’s only hostel looks set to reopen under new ownership. The former HI Richmond Hostel building at 7 N. 2nd St. in Monroe Ward sold earlier this week for $1.8 million. The buyer was Potomac Area Hostels Inc., which...
Utah StateFox 13 Now - Salt Lake City

Explorer Corps and The Race to all Utah's 29 Counties

It’s the ongoing scavenger hunt that we love to talk about. The Natural History Museum of Utah wants you to join their Explorer Corps and discover all 29 of their historical markers around Utah, one for each county. Wasatch County is loved by many, but you would be hard pressed...
CyclingPinkbike.com

Video: Mentorship with Andréane Lanthier Nadeau & Lucy Vaneesteren

The progression in mountain biking has been remarkable, particularly when you look to the younger riders in our sport. Every year there are more and more up-and-comers who’ve been able to unlock a skillset that many of us are still working to understand, let alone replicate out there on the trail.
Bicyclesgearjunkie.com

The Best Bike Helmets of 2021

Ready to start pedaling? Protect your head with the best bike helmets of 2021. If you’re reading this article, chances are you don’t need convincing you should get a helmet. (Still on the fence? Get one!) But not all helmets are equal. Just as there’s a range of bikes, helmet designs are unique to the riding conditions.
CyclingUnofficial Networks

Better View of Olympic Mountain Biking Crash Captured By Spectator

Dutch cyclist Mathieu Van Der Poel crashed spectacularly during the mountain biking competition at the Olympics earlier this week, but the broadcast cameras didn’t capture the incident well. Check out this better view captured by a spectator. You can clearly see Van Der Poel misjudge the drop and watch him...
Real Estatevtcng.com

Real estate agent joins Stowe team

Nick Witherbee has joined the Coldwell Banker team in Stowe and Morrisville. Originally from the Boston area, Witherbee relocated to Vermont after graduating from St. Lawrence University in 2014. Having family in Elmore and Hyde Park, he had countless experiences exploring and recreating around Lamoille County over the years, developing...
CyclingPinkbike.com

Video: Having a Blast Riding All the Bikes

Written by Korey Hopkins. Photos and video by Brice Shirbach. Fences are used to keep in or out unwanted people, animals, or other creatures. Basically, they create a boundary that you have to stay within. The purpose of fences makes me question why I commonly hear other cyclists say they...
Apparelirunfar.com

Merrell Antora 2 Standard and Gore-Tex Reviews

Support us! IRunFar may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Merrell continues to invest in their women’s-specific line, including with the updated Merrell Antora 2 ($110) and Merrell Antora 2 Gore-Tex ($140). This is great news for the trail running women of the world!. I had...
AccidentsVoice of America

Afghan Biker Climbs Mountain for Education’s Uphill Battle

Farid Noori was teaching online from the United States to high school students in Kabul, Afghanistan, when a bomb attack started. “At that very moment,” Noori said, “I had an online, remote class on Afghanistan’s environment with some of the school’s students. One of my students got injured. As days went by, the death toll climbed to 100, mostly schoolgirls, making this one of the deadliest attacks in Kabul’s history.”
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