Sawtooth
National Forest

Sawtooth National Forest is a National Forest that covers 2,110,408 acres (854,052 ha) in the U.S. states of Idaho (~96 percent) and Utah (~4 percent). Managed by the U.S. Forest Service in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it was originally named the Sawtooth Forest Reserve in a proclamation issued by President Theodore Roosevelt on May 29, 1905. On August 22, 1972 a portion of the forest was d…
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Hell Roaring Lake is a great hike for hikers of all skill levels. Aside from the…
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If you're heading to the Sawtooths, put Imogene Lake near the top of your list. …
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Fabulous Alpine Lake
A short but steep hike up to a nice clear alpine lake.
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8.5 Mile Loop to Historic Ski Touring Hut
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This route makes for a fantastic 3-day loop, where visitors will be camping at l…
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Patience during the long drive to the trailhead is amply rewarded by alpine scen…
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