Don’t miss out on this weekend’s fall weather

The bright fall colors are seen from the vantage point of the top of a rock climbing route along the South Fork of the Snake River near Wolf Flats on Saturday. The cottonwood trees along the river are loosing their golden leaves fast this time of year, but there are still a few to be seen. This is a great time of year to hike, bike, camp and climb. (photo by Chelsea Principio of Rexburg)

This weekend could be it. It could be the last perfect fall weather weekend of the year. Don’t waste it.

Whitewater parks offer thrills at your doorstep

ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, OCT. 18-19 - This March 31, 2014, photo, a dedicated wakeboard surfer braves the cold spring water to ride the man made rapids at the Boise River Park in Boise, Idaho. (AP Photo/The Idaho Statesman, Roger Phillips) LOCAL TELEVISION OUT (KTVB 7); MANDATORY CREDIT

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Rhett Scarbrough fell hard and fast for whitewater kayaking.

A day of rainbows on a Cascade lake

ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, OCT. 18-19 - In this photo taken on Oct. 1, 2014, South Sister appears in the distance as anglers motor through steam fog on Crane Prairie Reservoir west of La Pine, Ore. (AP Photo/The Bulletin, Mark Morical )

LA PINE, Ore. (AP) — We could see maybe 20 feet in front of us as our boat motored slowly away from the Rock Creek boat ramp on Crane Prairie Reservoir.

Angler embarks on “Big Fishing Year”

In this photo provided by Tyler Hicks and taken June 4, 2014, is Tyler Hicks holding a large searun or anadromous form of Coastal Cutthroat Trout he caught on the North Fork of the Lewis River near Woodland, Wash. Hicks, 32, a Ridgefield, Wash., resident, is making 2014 his Big Fishing Year. Hes trying to see how many species of fish and shellfish he can harvest in Washington and Oregon in the 12-month period. His tally so far: 77 species. And hes doing most of his angling from a kayak. (AP Photo/Tyler Hicks)

VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — At midnight, on New Year’s Day, Tyler Hicks was drifting lures that glow in the dark for steelhead on the North Fork of the Lewis River.

Kootenai River projects beckon anglers

In this photo taken on Sept. 19, 2014, Leeanna Young of Kent, Wash., shows her catch near the confluence of the Kootenai River and Moyie Springs near Leonia, Idaho. A new Kootenai Tribe hatchery being dedicated in October at the confluence of the Kootenai and Moyie rivers aims to revive the native burbot a freshwater ling prized by winter fishermen. (AP Photo/The Spokesman Review, Rich Landers)

MOYIE SPRINGS, Idaho (AP) — A new public access on the Kootenai River at the Montana-Idaho border opens the door for anglers to sample recent trout fishery improvements.


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