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Mount Baird

Posted on by Alice Schenk / Comments Off on Mount Baird

A Bad Start to a Good Thing Story and Photos by Alice Schenk Bear spray has an expiration date. We were headed back to grizzly country to climb Mount Baird—which at 10,030 feet, is the Bonneville County High
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Whatever Comes

Posted on by Karlene Bayok Edwards / Comments Off on Whatever Comes

Tales of Backwoods Survival By Karlene Bayok Edwards Photos courtesy of Karlene Bayok Edwards “Hold still now,” Dad would say as he tipped the five-inch blade of his hunting knife beneath our splinters to lift them out. It
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Selecting In

Posted on by Kimberly Shepard / Comments Off on Selecting In

The Key to a 30K Trail Run By Kimberly Shepard Sometimes you don’t know how you feel about an experience until it’s over. Take a novel, for example: the beginning may have you rolling your eyes and questioning
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Trail-Blasters

Posted on by Dan Eaton / Comments Off on Trail-Blasters

Teenagers Who Forged Our Wilderness Hikes By Dan Eaton Photos courtesy of Dan Eaton When you read the logs of backcountry trips in the Big Horn Crags area of the Salmon River Mountains, they describe Beaver Slide Trail
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A Polar Plunge

Posted on by Alice Schenk / Comments Off on A Polar Plunge

Our Annual “Great Adventure” Story and Photos by Alice Schenk On May 28, 2009, my husband Wayne and I packed a picnic lunch and hiked into Lake Cleveland before the road opened. Cleveland is an alpine lake in Cassia
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Sense of Place

Posted on by Ryan C. Daley / Comments Off on Sense of Place

Awestruck in Teton Valley Story and Photos by Ryan C. Daley Driving into Driggs on Scenic Idaho Route 33, I notice that the green sign still reads “Pop. 1660.” Though it’s been growing, we have no mall, no
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Making Memories

Posted on by Alice Schenk / Comments Off on Making Memories

In the Albany Mountains Story and Photos by Alice Schenk On a bluebird day in mid-November 2018, we stepped from the pickup, donned our hiking boots, hats, and backpacks, adjusted our trekking poles, and headed down the road
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I Felt Light

Posted on by Brian Hubble / Comments Off on I Felt Light

On My First Trip to Idaho Story and Art by Brian Hubble I’m from the East Coast, and had my first opportunity to visit Idaho last June while living for a short time in Seattle. Friends from Sweden
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