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  • New film to focus on ice climbing in Michigan
    The maker of a cinematic 2013 short film publicizing Marquette, Michigan’s groomed snow bike trail have taken on another U.P. silent sport as the subject of his next film: the rich history of ice climbing in nearby Munising. And filmmaker Aaron Peterson is using Kickstarter to crowd source the finances needed to complete the two-year movie project. 
  • Short film about the Arrowhead 135 Ultra to be released online April 1
    A short documentary film about the Arrowhead 135 ultramarathon in northern Minnesota each winter will be available to view online starting April 1. The 30-minute movie by Adventure Minnesota Films is the first of four in a series which will also cover whitewater kayakers, rock climbers and adventure racers in Minnesota. 
  • Lottery for entry now open for Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival
    Applications for the 33rd Annual Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival registration lottery are now being accepted at The event is set for September 19, 2015. 
  • More Wisco fat bike races announced
    New fat bike races keep pouring in. Here are three more coming up in Wisconsin this February. Also below are more details about expanded Sturgeon Stampede Winter Festival and the World Ice and Snow Sailing Championships in Oshkosh. 
  • Kayak-access campsites unveiled at Point Beach State Forest
    Kayakers joined state and federal officials on September 24 to celebrate the unveiling of two new water-access, kayak campsites at Point Beach State Forest, highlighting the emerging popularity of Wisconsin’s Lake Michigan State Water Trail. 
  • Wausau Whitewater to celebrate ‘40 Years of Water’ on Sept. 6
    Wausau Whitewater will celebrate the 40th anniversary of its downtown course with a “40 Years of Water” event on Saturday, September 6. 
  • Milwaukee-area runners can race the trails on Labor Day Weekend without heading out of town. That’s when the Lake Michigan Trail Marathon will make its debut in the Milwaukee County Parks along the south shore of Lake Michigan. 
  • A new triathlon will make its debut next year as the first of five events in the also new 2015 Northwoods of Wisconsin Tri-Master Series. 
  • Copper Harbor Trails win more deserving recognition
    Recognition comes in many forms and many forms of recognition continue to come in for the well deserving Copper Harbor Trails in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. 
  • The Conserve School near Land O’ Lakes, Wisconsin, will host a Great Lakes Endurance Series trail run on its 1,200-acre Lowenwood property on June 14, and meld the ecological missions of the school and the race organization. 
  • In keeping with tradition, the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival, presented by Trek and produced by Life Time, will award 50 guaranteed reserved entries to the winners of the “50 Ways to Ride the Chequamegon” essay contest. 
  • The new “Marathons of Wisconsin” series challenges runners to participate in five Wisconsin marathons or half marathons throughout the course of the year. Another regional marathon series, now in its second year, is the Great Lakes Marathon Series.  
  • Although the weather this time of year in this part of the country makes it challenging, you should try to keep commuting by bike through the winter. It’s easier than you think. 
  • Volunteers ready Minnesota’s Banadad ski trail for snow
    Volunteers logged more than 252 hours in October preparing the Boundary Water Canoe Area’s longest wilderness tracked ski trail.  
  • Adults and kids can first gain their confidence on the indoor climbing wall at Christie Mountain in Bruce, Wisconsin, under careful guidance and instruction from knowledgeable staff. All the basics of rock climbing and necessary equipment is provided. When ready for the next step, climbers can head outside to the 30-foot crag. 
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