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Tell USFS to stop salting our glacier streams!
Willamette Week describes in graphic detail the life of a “board bum” during the summer on Mount Hood…..
The Pacific Northwest is a hot bed of mountain biking, and Terry Richards, travel writer for the Oregonian newspaper, has his finger on the pulse…..
Salting started at Timberline in the 1950s. Timberline sells lift tickets, meals and mountain supplies, including the salt, to ski camps that train on the snowfield all summer…..
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It has been a long time practice in the ski industry to condition snow with huge applications of salt……
In March 2014, the Crag Law Center filed an amended complaint to the 2013 lawsuit……
Field studies done by an expert hydrologist question the conclusions of the Timberline Bike Park EA……