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Kong and Us

Posted on by Bob Boyles / Comments Off on Kong and Us

The Peak That Got Away Story and Photos by Bob Boyles Lady and I had gotten along just fine for about half of the five-day horseback trip up the South Fork of the Payette River, until she bolted
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First Ascents

Posted on by Ray Brooks / Comments Off on First Ascents

And Later Climbs in the Sawtooths Story and Photos by Ray Brooks “Rugged country,” a painter friend of mountaineer Robert Underhill said about Idaho’s Sawtooth Range in the early 1930s. “Awful rugged country. Miles and miles of sharp
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Climbing Heyburn

Posted on by Michael Stubbs / Comments Off on Climbing Heyburn

After a Decade’s Wait By Michael Stubbs We hiked for five-and-a-half hours today. I’m tired and hot. My skin is crusted with the salt of my sweat. My arms stick to my shirtless sides. Nevertheless, I hesitate to
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One Impossible Thing

Posted on by Alice Schenk / Comments Off on One Impossible Thing

Running Down a Dream By Alice Schenk In last month’s issue of IDAHO magazine, Alice Schenk described her 2012 solo run of the Sawtooth Relay. This month, she recounts repeating the feat in 2013. June 8, 2013 In
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Team Alice

Posted on by Alice Schenk / Comments Off on Team Alice

Running Solo in the Sawtooth Relay By Alice Schenk If you can’t fly, run; if you can’t run, walk; if you can’t walk, crawl; but by all means keep moving. —Martin Luther King Jr. I check in at
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Imagining Imogene

Posted on by Nancy Owens Barnes / Comments Off on Imagining Imogene

A Mind-Body Experience By Nancy Owens Barnes For weeks, the Sawtooth & White Cloud Mountains Trail Map lay spread across my husband’s desk. He studied it hours at a time, following trails with his finger, supplementing the map
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Along with Tom

Posted on by Michael Stubbs / Comments Off on Along with Tom

On the Centennial Trail Story and Photos by Michael Stubbs Tom Klein swore he wasn’t writing a book and wasn’t having a midlife crisis. He simply wanted to see Idaho on foot—nine hundred miles or more along the
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