For the 4x4 enthusiast the “4 City 4x4 Club” is a proactive organization that promotes education, restoration and recreation on both public and private lands in our region. A diverse club that welcomes all 4x4's and their owners. From stock to the custom rock buggies, racers to full sized pick-ups, foreign and domestic. If you like trail runs, show-n-shines, land matters, camping, mud bogs, meeting new people, rock crawling, poker runs, community service, racing, parades, or building and maintaining trail systems you have found the right 4x4 club.
If you enjoy a good run you’ll be right at home in Lewiston, home to the Palouse Road Runners. The Palouse Road Runners promote running and fitness through organizing fun run/walks, clinics and daily runs, as well as by maintaining a website with race calendar, detailed maps and an online newsletter. The history and name of the club has changed over the years since it was founded in 1973 in helping to organize the "First Annual Crazy Days Run" between Pullman and Moscow. In the late 1970's it became Moscow Road Runners, then in 1991 it was reorganized as Palouse Road Runners better encompassing the spirit of the larger area of participants. The Palouse Road Runners organize the Snake River Half Marathon in March, Moscow Mountain madness on the second Sunday after Labor Day each September, and the Women's Run in October. They also work closely with the WSU 100-K in April, and are already looking to add other races to their calendar in the near future.
The area surrounding Lewiston is famous for its rapids and wild rivers. Rafting trips are available on all regional rivers. You can enjoy a gentle slow drift and do a little fly-fishing or take a wild white-knuckle rollercoaster ride down the whitewater! Trips range from just a few hours to several days in untracked wilderness. Licensed raft and kayak outfitters are available to make your trip safe and enjoyable. Adventure awaits!
Carolyn Jones, SRES
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