Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

The Tour de France 2020 kicked off over the weekend. Follow the action and get daily updates here. [VeloNews]

How did ski brands fare during the pandemic and what will this coming winter look like? It's complicated. [Free Skier]

Reservations required: Epic Pass announced recently that pass-holders will need to reserve their spots on the mountain this winner, one of several strategies that Vail Resorts will adopt to cope with coronavirus. [EpicPass.com]

Can hikers and grizzly bears co-exist in the Pacific Northwest? Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan breaks it all down. [Backpacker]

After 100 years, the wolverines are back in Rainier National Park. [msn.com]

Congrats to long-time outdoor industry friend, Jeff Blumenfeld for winning the 2020 Leif Erikson Exploration History Award for working to promote and preserve exploration history. [The Exploration Museum]

Outdoor recreation towns around the country are suffering. [Outside Online]

SIA will offer a curriculum of inclusion training for leaders of snow sports brands. [Snowsports Industries America]

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