Payette
National Forest

The Payette National Forest is a U.S. National Forest located in central western Idaho, in parts of Valley, Idaho, Adams, and Washington counties. The land area consists of approximately 2.3 million acres (9,300 km2) of federally managed lands. It is bordered by Hells Canyon National Recreation Area and the Hells Canyon to the west, Salmon-Challis National Forest to the east, Boise National Forest…
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The Snowslide Trail (East Fork Lake Fork Trail #104) leads you up to scenic Snow…
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A steady climbing trail up Granite Mountain. At the top, you are rewarded with 3…
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It is best to make this a multi-day adventure and book the Lick Creek Yurts, ope…
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The crux is a small cliff band with an island of thick trees. The video shows th…
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Starts at a hot springs, climbs a sexy peak, ends at a hot springs, mostly on si…
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This route starts off at the Duck Lake Trailhead and travels over a high pass to…
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The biggest area of concern on this line is the cornice that forms on the ridgel…
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The Crestline Trail takes you into some beautiful backcountry area of the Payett…
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Salmon Is No Longer an Active Rapid. It Was Flooded Out by a 2011 Blow-Out of Black Creek
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