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Gerheim Gallery

Gerheim Gallery

Thad Gerheim has the talent of being able to capture awe-inspiring landscapes through his photographs that are displayed at the Gerheim Gallery in Stanley, Idaho. This nature-themed gallery opened in the Stanley Town Square in June 2012.The dramatic photo of ‘Old Snag’ draws vi...
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Cabin Creek Lakes

Cabin Creek Lakes

Cabin Creek – photo by Erica ColeCabin Creek Lakes is an understated hike in the Sawtooth Mountains and this trail less traveled has its own rewards. The natural beauty of an approximate 8 mile roundtrip hike takes you through forests and meadows where all your senses are ignited. And best of ...
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Kid-Friendly Activities

Kid-Friendly Activities

Photo by Weili Gray, Nip and Tuck Road – photo courtesy of Sawtooth Interpretive & Historical AssociationKids love the natural playground of the Sawtooth Valley. There is an abundance of things to do and see to keep them playing, exploring and learning from sunup to sundown.Here are some k...
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Horseback Riding Outfitters in Stanley

Horseback Riding Outfitters in Stanley

The Wild Bunch – photo courtesy of White Cloud OutfittersIf the spirit of the West lives in all of us, why not nurture it?  Go horseback riding and live out your John Wayne and Annie Oakley fantasies!The Sawtooth National Recreation Area has all the classic characteristics for horseback r...
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Featured Local Events

DATE: March 2 - 4, 2018

TIME: Multi-times

LOCATION: Park Creek Ski Area, Alturas Lake Ski Area, Community Building, Stanley, ID

March 3rd & 4th, 2018 — Sawtooth Ski Club 16th Annual Ski Festival

  • SATURDAY, March 3rd, Park Creek Ski Area
    Highway 21, 7 miles W. of Stanley
    11am-2pm Homemade Chili & Treats
    Poker Run!!!
    Winning hand called at 1:30 pm
  • SATURDAY EVENING 5:30-8:30pm
    Stanley Community Building
    Dinner Extravaganza
    Incredible Silent Auction, bring your checkbook!
  • SUNDAY, March 4th
    Alturas Lake Ski Area
    Highway 75, 20 miles S. of Stanley
    11am-3pm Soup Kitchen Social
    Great ski trails and a great time!!!

The Sawtooth Ski Club will host the 16th Sawtooth Ski Festival March 3rd and 4th. Come ski, play, feast, dance, shop and socialize, all while supporting Cross Country Skiing in Stanley Sawtooth Country! At 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 3rd at the Park Creek Ski Trails, homemade chili and treats will await eager participants at the annual Poker Run. Donating fun lovers ski or snowshoe a fun course, stopping at stations to collect cards and when the game is called at 1:30, whoever has collected the best poker hand wins a most excellent prize! At 5:30 Saturday evening at the Stanley Community Building, our ski club celebrity chef will present a delicious dinner and at the same time an amazing silent auction will take place. Many local businesses, arts and crafts people and friends of the club donate lovely things, wonderful services, ski and fashion accessories and deliciously fantastic items to the auction. At 11 a.m. on Sunday, March 4th at the Alturas Lake Ski Trails Soup Kitchen Social, enjoy great skiing along with with trailside soup and cookies. All events are donation based, so be sure to bring your check book or cash for the donation jars. The Sawtooth Ski Festival is our only fundraising event of the year. We depend on memberships, donations and Ski Festival proceeds to fund our efforts to provide quality groomed cross country ski trails at Park Creek and Alturas lake. Call Karen Keiski at 208-774-3487 if you wish to volunteer for any of the events or donate to the silent auction. See you at the Festival!

CONTACT & DETAILS

LINK: http://sawtoothskiclub.com/

TEL: 208-774-3487

CONTACT: David or Karen keiski@ruralnetwork.net

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