Outdoor Recreation Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. Valentine Day gifts on a budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | TurnTo23.com

    This laser-engraved keepsake heart can include up to eight names engraved in different font types to give your Valentine a reminder of the loved ones she cherishes. This blanket gets rave reviews online with descriptions such as "heavenly," "a big hug" and "stretches the limits of cozy."


  2. Trails closed at California's Mount Baldy after second hiker falls to his deathRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Fox News

    Authorities have closed trails at Southern California's Mount Baldy following the death of the second hiker in a week. San Bernardino County sheriff's officials say 47-year-old Dong Xing Liu died Saturday after he slipped and fell in the Icehouse Saddle area.


  3. Coast Guard suspends search for missing boaters in Lake OkeechobeeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | WPBF

    The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended their search for two missing boaters in Lake Okeechobee after they failed to return from a boating trip Saturday. OUR JOHN DZENETIS HAS THE KEY PIECE OF EVIDENCE RESCUERS FOUND.


  4. UK: Travel insurance claims soar as families hit the slopesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WebWire

    This is according to travel insurance claims data revealed today by Aviva.1 New research from the travel insurer also reveals that six out of 10 parents would consider taking a winter sports break with their family2, citing good activities for children and health and fitness benefits as their main reasons. Accessibility and location are also popular motivations for parents, although one in eight say that they would consider winter sports holidays because summer breaks during school holidays are too expensive.


  5. Tragic snowmobile deaths occur during radar runsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Northern Life

    The Noelville OPP confirmed to BayToday.ca that two fatalities on the Murdoch River occurred during a radar run on the body of water near Alban Saturday night around 6:30 p.m. File photo The Noelville OPP confirmed to BayToday.ca that two fatalities on the Murdoch River occurred during a radar run on the body of water near Alban Saturday night around 6:30 p.m. "The investigation is moving forward, we have determined that speed and visibility were contributing factors," stated OPP Constable Andre Bisson Monday afternoon. "We can also confirm that a speed measuring device was on site and being used to measure the speeds of snowmobiles."


  6. Power of Prayer: Hallsville soccer player Kylee CubineRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | KLTV Tyler

    After a serious ATV accident, doctors weren't sure if Kylee Cubine would ever walk again, let alone play soccer. Hallsville High School soccer player Kylee Cubine is back on the field for her senior season after degloving injury forced her to choose between amputation or a painful recovery.


  7. Asheville Region's Outdoor Brands to Host Second Consumer FestivalRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Sporting Goods Business

    ... industry that is represented by the Outdoor Gear Builders of WNC, and how the region's status as an outdoor recreation hotspot and its history of high-quality manufacturing have combined to make a powerful new economic force. According to the ...


  8. Burley Design Hires Groundswell PRRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | SportsOneSource.com

    Burley Design, known for its award winning recreational transport gear, child carriers, jogging strollers and balance bikes, has hired Groundswell PR to oversee its digital influencer and media relations in the cycling, parenting, outdoor and active lifestyle categories. "We are so excited to be partnering with Groundswell PR," said Burley Sales Manager Allison Coughlin.


  9. Quest to save Minnesota moose has breakthroughs, hard choicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    When a moose goes down in the North Woods, it's hauled out to a U lab. Researchers are finding hope for saving moose, but with tough tradeoffs.


  10. Short hike, big rewardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HeraldNet

    Hiking with kids is always a gamble. Will they actually hike? Will they have fun? Will they throw their entire body into a mud puddle? Will they refuse to move one step farther three minutes from the end of the trail? I recently took a hike with my daughter, my friend Suzanne and her three kids.


  11. Scott Kelly tweets pic of Super Bowl 50 from spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Houston Chronicle

    And now for a little closer view ... Seattle as seen from the International Space Station on Easter 2013. Credit: NASA/Chris Hadfield less And now for a little closer view ... Seattle as seen from the International Space Station on Easter 2013.


  12. Boat Show will thrive in new Miami homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Miami Herald

    The Miami International Boat Show is a positive, longstanding tradition in our community - in fact, the show will mark its 75th anniversary when it opens to boating enthusiasts on Thursday. In our young and ever-changing city, 75 consecutive years of anything is an eternity, and the fact that the International Boat Show has endured here for so long is a testament to its popularity, community value and staying power.


  13. Injured backcountry skier rescued from Grand Teton National ParkRead the original story

    Friday | Star Valley Independent

    The skier, Rene Etter-Garrette, 32, of Jackson, WY, was beginning his ski descent of Spoon Couloir above Amphitheater Lake when he triggered a wind slab avalanche and was swept downhill. Teton Interagency Dispatch Center received a call for assistance at 12:55 p.m. from Brian Close, 38, of Wilson, WY, who reported that his ski partner had been swept in an avalanche while making a ski cut at the top of the Spoon Couloir.


  14. John Disley, a co-founder of London Marathon, dies at 87Read the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Northern Michigan News

    John Disley, a former Olympic bronze medalist in the steeplechase and one of the founders of the London marathon, has died. He was 87. The Welsh-born Disley won the bronze in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki.


  15. Utah Sues Feds Over Sage Grouse PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Salt Lake City Weekly

    In a 2015 announcement widely hailed by Western states as a victory, the U.S. Department of the Interior unveiled a land-use plan to protect the greater sage grouse. The plan stopped a giant step short of placing the bird on the endangered species list-an outcome that many Utah lawmakers said would have been devastating to the state's booming oil and gas drilling industries.


  16. More Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | WTVM

    The Columbus Consolidated Government and the Development Authority of Columbus will employ a prescribed fire on about 300 acres in Muscogee Technology Park. This is part of habitat land management activities required by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in conjunction with the 1999 Land Exchange with Fort Benning.


  17. Hearing: The U.S. Department of Treasury's Analysis of the Situation in Puerto RicoRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The United States House of Representatives

    Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service announced the finalization of a new policy for defining and designating critical habitat under the Endangered Specie...... Read more


  18. A 50-year-old goes solo 'bikepacking' and rediscovers his youthRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Star Online

    When I was 18, I told my father of my intention to cycle up from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi on a bicycle. He stared at me and thought I was crazy.


  19. New Homes by Pardee Priced from the High $200,000s; Grand Opening in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | 24-7 Press Release

    Lunetta, in master-planned Sundance, is a new neighborhood of one- and two-story homes designed to appeal to first-time buyers. Built by Pardee Homes, Lunetta features the company's LivingSmart package of energy-efficient features and options.


  20. Something Wild: How Biologists Are BornRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Every moment of our lives add up to the people we are today but some of those moments have a bit more of an impact. That turning point when you realize what you want to do with the rest of your life.