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Best Adventurous Getaways in Idaho

Best Adventurous Getaways in Idaho

  Best Adventurous Getaways in Idaho   Idaho has the most federally designated wilderness areas in the lower 48 states, and over 70% of the state is public land. The highest point in the state is Mt Borah (at 12,600’ elevation) and the lowest point is the...
Top 3 Fly Fishing Rivers in Idaho

Top 3 Fly Fishing Rivers in Idaho

Top 3 Fly Fishing Rivers in Idaho Several of the most famous fly fishing waters in the country flow through Idaho. The eastern border with Montana and Wyoming is geographically defined by the Continental Divide where the cold clean headwaters of the major Northwest...
River Celebrations at Middle Fork Salmon

River Celebrations at Middle Fork Salmon

Special Occasions Spent on the Salmon River   We kicked off our 2015 season with a wonderful trip full of birthdays, anniversaries, kids, hiking, and lots of swimming (even in June!!)     We all celebrate in different ways: Barry celebrates his 49th...
Ponderosas of the Middle Fork

Ponderosas of the Middle Fork

Ancient Trees on the Middle Fork   This ancient ponderosa stands at the confluence of #camascreek. It is one of my favorite trees. When it was a sapling the sheepeater natives sat in its shade and sharpened their arrowheads for hunting salmon and other fauna; in...
Salmon Valley Honey

Salmon Valley Honey

Off the River: Salmon Valley Honey   As the owner of Solitude River Trips, springtime is often a hectic blur of preparation, anticipation, cleaning, re-cleaning, and fiddling with gear that I can hardly wait to get wet. But one of my favorite pre season chores is...
Former Raft Guide Opens Odd Fellows Bakery

Former Raft Guide Opens Odd Fellows Bakery

Former Raft Guide Turns to Baking   Arguably the most important part of any sandwich is the bread!  Craig McCallum, a former guide on the Middle Fork, has now turned to the profession of baking.  He owns the Odd Fellows Bakery on Main St. in historic Salmon,...