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Germany’s first ski tunnel in Oberhof

9/23/2008 - By FIS

The tunnel will have a width of 8 m and be 4 m high. In total, a track of 1.9km length is planned and the profile will adapted to the terrain of the Thuringian woods, which means that challenging up- and downhills

Marquette bike survey

9/16/2008 - By Jenny Ryan

The City of Marquette has put together a committee to look into how well Marquette is set up to handle bicycle traffic. We would like input from you on your experience with riding around the City of Marquette.

Nominations sought for Mudgett Award

8/18/2008 - By Missy Luyk

We are seeking nominations for the fifth annual Jim Mudgett Trail Pioneer Award. Nominations are open to anyone who has advocated for building, maintaining and using trails in the Grand Traverse area.

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Hanson Hills fundraisers for Jake

8/14/2008 - By Justin Andre

In case you have not heard, Craig Jacobs or "JAKE" our Maintenance Director/xc ski groomer, has recently been diagnosed with a rare type of cancer known as Squamus Cell. It has been diagnosed at stage 4.

Now This Is Umbrella Insurance

8/13/2008 - By Daniel McGinn

Nordic Center, owner Wendell Johnson hedges against the opposite risk with WeatherBill: too little precipitation, which will keep customers away from his cross-country ski, results in insurance payouts.

Volunteers need today and this week by TART

8/5/2008 - By Missy Luyk

We're mulching the wind break on the Leelanau Trail this afternoon. Plus we need Tour de Tart volunteers.

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Roller Loop and Shooting Range Opens in Lake Placid

8/5/2008 - By US Biathlon Association

Lake Placid, NY. August 4. This past weekend the long-awaited roller loop / shooting range training facility opened adjacent to the Lake Placid Olympic Jumping Complex.

Kensington to Island Lake bike path to close until Nov 15

7/25/2008 - By DNR

The paved pathway and waterway that connect Island Lake Recreation Area with Kensington Metropark under Grand River Road and I-96 will be closed to all rollerski, foot, bicycle, boat and other traffic,

Pigeon River Bridge Collapses in River

7/24/2008 - By DNR

The DNR today warned canoeists, kayakers, tubers, and those fishing that the footbridge over the Pigeon River in Cheboygan County on the High Country Pathway in the Pigeon River Country State Forest has collapsed and is blocking the river.,

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NordicSkiRacers have a cyclocentric vacation in Portland, OR
NordicSkiRacers have a cyclocentric vacation in Portland, OR

NordicSkiRacers have a cyclocentric vacation in Portland, OR

7/18/2008 - By Joann Cavaletto and Dave Fanslow

Fresh off the plane Jeff set us up with bikes to ride from the good people at Seven Corners Cycles. Luckily for us, we were in time to catch the end of Peddlepalooza, a two week long celebration of bicycling in Portland.,

Birkebeiner Holds Trail Work Day on Classic Trail Expansion

7/17/2008 - By Cherie Morgan

Construction of the final 11K segment of the American Birkebeiner Classic Trail continues to progress on schedule which will allow it to be ready for the 2009 Birkie. The Birkie is holding a Trail workday on Saturday, July 19, 2008 ,

Soo Finnish Nordic proposes new lodge

7/10/2008 - By Michael Purvis

Citing a recent surge in interest, the Soo Finnish Nordic Ski Club says it wants to build a new lodge to replace the one it rents from the Kinsmen Club. The club is 1,200 strong and saw a marked increase in skiers last season.,

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