I get over there quite a bit. Love me some Sawtooth action. We were just in Bellevue last weekend to visit family.I'm a new member from Southern Idaho about a 120 miles south east of Boise. I know a lot of great treks in this area and around Sun Valley/Ketchum.
I haven't been climbing since 2009 sadly. I always went with friends. Most of those friends are back east. Nah, we just wanted to explore the area. I didn't realize it was Idaho's version of Smith Rock. I mistakenly thought it'd be mostly dead. I was very very wrong in that regard, lol.Awesome! Are you doing any climbing?
There are a lot of FSR's to the north of us in the Boise National Forest. But it's already starting to get chilly. Was down to 26 in Stanely this weekend. Brrrr. But I doubt there are any flushing toilets anywhere around here. Most everything I've ever seen has been pit.Also in the Boise area (Meridian). Just moved here about 6 months ago. Still trying to find some good trails to do semi locally. Picked up a rack and rtt in July to go camping in Yellowstone. Hoping to find somewhere closer to home for weekend outtings. Only requirements are flushing toilets for the wife. Open to suggestions for both trails and campsites, if anyone has any recommendations?
Awesome, thanks! No need for the flushing toilets for the trails, more for weekend camping getaways for the wife. Appreciate the suggestions though.There are a lot of FSR's to the north of us in the Boise National Forest. But it's already starting to get chilly. Was down to 26 in Stanely this weekend. Brrrr. But I doubt there are any flushing toilets anywhere around here. Most everything I've ever seen has been pit.
It's a fun drive over to Silver City too.
Right now, the weather over in the Liesle Gulch area should be good. Pretty cool area to explore, it's just over the border in Oregon. It's only an hour and 54 from here to Succor Creek.
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