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Sports briefs: September 16, 2015

Sports briefs: September 16, 2015

Putt for the Lions Help out the Liberty Bell High School Booster Club by playing in the fourth annual Mountain Lion Mini-Open on Sunday (Sept. 20) on the miniature golf course at Sheri’s Sweet Shoppe in Winthrop. Entry forms are available at the high school office or from booster club members. Registration is at 3:30...
Effort underway to repair access trails to popular Liberty Bell climbing area

Effort underway to repair access trails to popular Liberty Bell climbing area

Local climbers enlist help of USFS, National Forest Foundation By Don Nelson The local rock and alpine climbing community is hoping to team up with the U.S. Forest Service, the National Forest Foundation (NFF), The Access Fund and other organizations to restore the chaotic system of access trails to the popular Liberty Bell Mountain and...
Noticable improvements on local Forest Service roads

Noticable improvements on local Forest Service roads

Road crews for the Methow Valley Ranger District are working this summer to improve and maintain some of the more heavily traveled roads on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, including Harts Pass Road, Lookout Mountain Road, and the road to Crater Creek trailhead, as well as a number of U.S. Forest Service roads within the Carlton...
Progress reported on RiverWalk, Susie Stephens Trail in Winthrop

Progress reported on RiverWalk, Susie Stephens Trail in Winthrop

Two portions of what is eventually intended to be an extensive system of linked recreational trails through Winthrop are making progress, town residents and business owners learned at a Monday meeting (July 27) in the Winthrop Barn. The meeting was hosted by the town to provide details about the projects and let people ask questions.
State seeks trail ideas

State seeks trail ideas

The Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is developing a new policy for recreational trails for non-motorized and motorized activities including hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and motorcycle and ATV riding. The agency is currently gathering input from the public about what they’d like to see in the state’s recreational trails, which will supplement staff...
State awards grants to fix backcountry trails

State awards grants to fix backcountry trails

Five projects in Okanogan County have been awarded grants to fix backcountry trails — all of them affecting the Methow Valley in some way — by the state Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO). The grants are intended to help pay for repair of backcountry trails, grooming mountain trails for snowmobilers and restoring trails for off-road vehicles. RCO awarded more...
MVSTA links popular trail systems together

MVSTA links popular trail systems together

The Methow Valley Sport Trails Association (MVSTA) announced this week that summer access along the Methow Valley Community Trail has been expanded to provide a link between the MVSTA trail system and the town of Winthrop. Recent agreements among MVSTA, the Winthrop National Fish Hatchery, and the Haub family (owners of Sun Mountain Lodge) allow...
Twisp picks planners for town trail

Twisp picks planners for town trail

An established trail through Twisp will be nice. Photo by Sue Misao   BY ANN McCREARY A Seattle firm with extensive trail development experience has been recommended by the Twisp Planning Commission to work on the town’s proposed Community Trail project. Planning Commission members recently reviewed  proposals from three trail planners and selected MacLeod Reckord,...