Local e-bike company adds new dimensions to exploring Utah’s great outdoors

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes As Utah’s population and popularity grows, it becomes harder and harder to find the remoteness that many outdoor enthusiasts seek. In an effort to make the backcountry areas more accessible, many outdoor enthusiasts are turning to four-wheelers or UTVs. But the noise and pollution of …

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How to enable and use accessibility on an iPhone running iOS 15

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and can earn commission as an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. If you’re having trouble navigating your iPhone’s big screen, Apple’s accessibility feature can make it much easier to use your device …

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Washington State Takeout: Cougars Need Chaos, But Still Alive In The Pac-12 North Race

PULLMAN – Thanks to Saturday’s results, Washington State is still in contention for a Pac-12 North title. It’s another weird turning point in an already crazy season for the Cougars – they only need two results to keep going next weekend, and they’ll play for a conference championship in Las …

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2022 State Park and Forest Admission Stickers and Passes available for purchase November 26

FROM THE WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that 2022 state park and forest entry passes go on sale November 26. Get ahead and give those seeking adventure access to some of Wisconsin’s most scenic areas, including thousands of miles of trails, …

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River guide leads a busy life

We meet them from time to time, people who juggle like everyone else – consumed by children, careers and the commitments of daily life – but they have another dimension, less visible: an insatiable thirst for adventure in the midst of air. Hannah Binninger is one such person. She has …

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Fionnuala McCormack lets her run talk

Every morning in Africa a gazelle wakes up. He knows he has to outrun the fastest lion or he will be killed. Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up. He knows he has to run faster than the slower gazelle or he will starve. It doesn’t matter if you …

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“It’s just an awesome mental state” – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s Philadelphia Marathon Weekend! Thousands of athletes around the world are preparing for the 27th Annual Philadelphia Marathon. Some 21,000 runners are registered to participate in the races this weekend. They started showing up at Ben Franklin Parkway on Saturday morning. READ MORE: Multiple vehicle crash on …

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Board of Directors Kicks Off Obern Trail Lighting Improvement Project | Local News

The Obern Trail cycle path in Goleta will soon feature new energy-efficient LED lighting, as the Santa Barbara County Supervisory Board approved the project at Tuesday’s meeting. According to the staff report, the 21-mile loop trail that begins at Goleta Beach is the “South Coast’s most voluminous Class I trail.” …

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Twin Falls 98 mile trail loop has great peaks and meadows

My favorite part of Idaho is the south central region. When I really want to escape humanity and lose myself in the natural beauty of the state, I can always count on the Sawtooth National Forest to deliver. I have written extensively over the years about my fondness for Stanley …

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Events organized to help people move during the holidays – The Stanly News & Press

Three local running events are planned to help burn calories during the upcoming holiday season. The Turkey Trot 4.2 Mile Run-Walk is back for its 19th year. Step out for this annual Stanly County tradition, where families and friends come together to start the day in the calorie deficit column. …

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