Sawtooth National
Recreation Area

The Sawtooth National Recreation Area (SNRA) is a National Recreation Area located in central Idaho, United States that is managed as part of Sawtooth National Forest. The recreation area, established on August 22, 1972, is managed by the U.S. Forest Service, and includes the Sawtooth, Hemingway–Boulders, and White Clouds wilderness areas. Activities within the 730,864-acre (2,957.70 km2) recreati…
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Hell Roaring Lake is a great hike for hikers of all skill levels. Aside from the…
If you're heading to the Sawtooths, put Imogene Lake near the top of your list. …
Fabulous Alpine Lake
A short but steep hike up to a nice clear alpine lake.
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This route makes for a fantastic 3-day loop, where visitors will be camping at l…
Patience during the long drive to the trailhead is amply rewarded by alpine scen…
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