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View From Mt. Heyburn and the Alpine Lakes

View From Mt. Heyburn and the Alpine Lakes

Ever wonder what Mt. Heyburn looks like other than from the climbing perspective?  Here is a bird eye’s view as of today.  As you can tell you should probably wait a few days before attempting this particular climb as it is still pretty covered in snow.
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The River of No Return

The River of No Return

Many people all around the world come to Stanley, Idaho, to float, fish, or be near the River of No Return. If one was to travel north from Sun Valley, they would see a spectacular view of the Sawtooth and Boulder-White Cloud mountain ranges from the Galena Overlook.
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Alpine Lakes Report

Alpine Lakes Report

Can anyone tell me what lake this is???  Hard to believe that this particular lake could still have so much snow and be completely frozen over.  I’m sure the majority of you that are familiar with the area have already guessed that this is the front and back side of Sawtooth Lake as of June 4th.
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The Little Store by the River

The Little Store by the River

When Ben and Janet Forsgren first moved to Stanley, Idaho they weren’t looking for much – just a home where raising 7 children could be done with the help of the countryside and a way to make a living that didn’t make Ben sneeze.
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Cruising the Crust

Cruising the Crust

There is a thing that sometimes happens here in the spring.  Everything is still covered in a thick and hardy layer of snow but spring is peeking through. The days get into the 40s, 50s, maybe even 60s. The nights still dip way down into the teens.
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