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EXPERIENCE STANLEY, IDAHO & THE SAWTOOTH BASIN

Stories From Stanley, Idaho

Archive by author: Adam GulickReturn
Spring Equinox: Seasons Change in the Sawtooths

Spring Equinox: Seasons Change in the Sawtooths

As life in the mountains begins to emerge around Stanley, the town once again begins to stir, as shops and restaurants reopen and extend hours in anticipation of a busy summer tourist season. The population of town will grow to its capacity, as seasonal workers come from across the country and the g...
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Alturas Lake Ski Trails

Alturas Lake Ski Trails

Administered through a partnership of the Sawtooth Ski Club, the Forest service and Blaine County, nestled in the lower drainage of Alturas Lake, these trails should be on everyone's list this winter.  Access to the trails is provided via a highway pullout ¼ mile North of the forest road #205 to...
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Snowmobiling the Sawtooths: Stanley to Smiley Creek

Snowmobiling the Sawtooths: Stanley to Smiley Creek

Over the years, snowmobiling has grown not only as a mode of transportation but as a recreational sport, drawing adrenaline junkies to these treacherous mountain slopes in winter.  The town of Stanley has adapted right along.  Thanks to the joint effort of the Salmon River Snowmobile Club, the commu...
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Winter’s Wildflowers: The Trails of Park Creek

Winter’s Wildflowers: The Trails of Park Creek

Larkspur, Lupine, Camas, Shooting Star, and Sego.  Botanist and those familiar with Idaho flora will recognize these as the common names of wildflowers. Throughout the Spring and summer, the mountains and meadows surrounding Stanley are adorned with these blooming beauties, exploding with an array o...
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