OUTDOORS

Rain, traffic and hundreds of other visitors to the iconic Oregon landmark

By JULIA LERNER Staff Reporter

January 19, 2023 at 5:00 a.m.


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Scouting in the 21st century

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Listening to the caribou

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PARKS & REC

Future policy on use of e-bikes still in contention

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SNOW SPORTS

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OUTDOORS

When a planned forest fire escapes

Burn boss arrested while fighting prescribed burn in Oregon

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Blue Lake Trail under a damp, steel gray sky

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Breathing smoke and battling gravity

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Wild encounters with North Cascades megafauna

You're visiting them, not the other way around

OUTDOORS

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RUNNING

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