Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

Updating Everest’s height: A team of researchers has summited the mountain to remeasure the peak’s height. A longstanding number could soon change. [Outside Online]

The Boston Marathon is canceled: For first time in history, the world’s most iconic marathon has been called off. [ESPN]

A ski resort reopens: Colorado’s Arapahoe Basin resumed limited operations this week. Here’s what the first day looked like. [5280]

Passing the Great American Outdoors Act: The Senate is on the cusp of signing the bill into law. [Boating Industry]

Ditching the gym: A growing number of gym rats are discovering the wonders of exercising in the great outdoors. [The Washington Post]

Should you visit a national park? What to consider when weighing the decision. [Grist]

The great bike boom: How cycling shops are thriving during the pandemic. [The Baltimore Sun]

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