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Monument Peak

Posted on by Alice Schenk / Comments Off on Monument Peak

Which Way to Go? By Alice Schenk Dreams can come with a price, and mine was exacted in the operating room. Last fall, after a season of scaling mountains, I developed a full tear and a partial tear
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All the Way Through

Posted on by Collin Ciarlo / Comments Off on All the Way Through

Hiking the Idaho Centennial Trail in One Season Story and Photos by Collin Ciarlo It took three years to prepare for hiking the approximately one thousand miles of the Idaho Centennial Trail (ICT). Lauren, a great friend of
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Steamed

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Boilers in the Mountains Story and Photos by Ray Brooks Idaho’s few high-mountain steam boilers left over from mining in the 1800s are interesting artifacts, but these rusty behemoths can present a danger to those who practice the
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In the Smokies

Posted on by Mike Cothern / Comments Off on In the Smokies

Go Your Own Way Story and Photos by Mike Cothern Which way to go? The dilemma often confronts me while traipsing solo through Idaho’s high country. There’s just too much to see, to visit, to be tempted by.
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