Join me for a day trip in the Coeur d'Alene National Forest.
This should be an easy trip on forest service roads.
Plan on having lunch on the trail.
I don't think we'll see much snow, but be prepared.
Lots of new folks in the area.
This is an opportunity to meet some others in the group out...
Which suits your fancy, and your reasons why?
RTT vs. Traditional Ground Tent
National Park vs. National Forest
State Park vs. County/City Campgrounds
Group Camping(multiple rigs) or Solo Camping(single rig)
Planning a trip to Daniel Boone National Forest and wanted to see who has been out there?
still relatively stock so nothing crazy but might just consider parking and hiking to the dispersed camp sites.
any advice is appreciated.
While many folks in St Louis were caught in a nasty ice storm last friday ( 16Dec) I left work early to head south to the MTNF. There are a ton of logging roads and trails that wind between creeks, rivers, and lakes. There are quite a few campgrounds, from free primitive to full service paid...
It's official. I'm planning my loop through Oregon. I have May 25th-June5th off of work. It's still not enough time for all the things I'd like to do, but I am getting a nice list of places to visit.
EDIT: I was originally going by myself, but I have a buddy who's never been that wants to tag...