Posts Tagged ‘trails’

Outdoor Report – Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance

In this week’s KOHO Outdoor Report, Dan Langager talks with Travis Hornby, President of the Central Washington Chapter of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, about all the trail work they’ve done this year – from No. 2 Canyon and Squilchuck State Park, to Ski Hill and Echo Ridge. The final trail work party of the fall up…

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Outdoor Report – #2 Canyon Trail Work Parties

In this week’s KOHO Outdoor Report, Dan Langager talks with Sarah Shaffer, Executive Director of WenatcheeOutdoors.org and Travis Hornby, President of the Central Washington Chapter of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance. Miles of No. 2 Canyon trails southwest of Wenatchee are getting rehabilitated and added to. Volunteers make it possible, Hornby said, and that’s why the two organizations have…

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Outdoor Report – Chelan-Douglas Land Trust

Today in the KOHO Outdoor Report, Hanne Beener, Trails Program Manager at the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust, talks about heading to upper elevations to avoid the heat, but finding bugs and snow, a group hike this Saturday up Jacobson Preserve, birding hikes and more. Beener says the Land Trust is conducting a survey of foothills trail users.…

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Outdoor Report – Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance

In this week’s KOHO Outdoor Report, Dan Langager talks with Travis Hornby, President of the Central Washington Chapter of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, about all the work on No. 2 Canyon trails southwest of Wenatchee, including a work party this Saturday, mountain biking classes for kids and adults, a women’s ride tomorrow and membership benefit ride…

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Outdoor Report – Chelan-Douglas Land Trust

Today in the KOHO Outdoor Report we’re talking trails. Hanne Beener is the Trails Program Manager and Hillary Clark is the Membership & Education Coordinator at the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust. Beener says the Land Trust is conducting a survey of foothills trail users. You can fill it out at their website. Clark talks about an…

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Serene National Park Under Threat From Loud Navy Jets, Veterans Say

Forests provide many benefits to humans – from lumber, to recreation, to wildlife watching. The US military uses wilderness areas as well, remote locations to train commandos and test equipment. But those different interests are coming into conflict on the Olympic National Park. Veterans and conservation groups say the Park’s unique silence is being shattered…

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Trail Expansion Underway Up #2 Canyon, Volunteers Needed For Work Parties

After years of planning, major trail work is getting underway up Number 2 Canyon southwest of Wenatchee. Spearheaded by the local chapter of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, and in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, dozens of miles of new trails are coming this spring and summer. But they need your help to make…

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John Wayne Pioneer Trail Getting A New Name, Public Invited To Weigh In

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announced it’s considering a name change for the cross-state trail known as the Iron Horse State Park/John Wayne Pioneer Trail. This 285-mile trail starts in North Bend and runs east to the town of Tekoa on the Washington-Idaho border. From former railroad right-of-ways to the famous Western-movie actor –…

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