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Idaho Off Pavement – Overland Route

6 Days and over 700 miles of mostly unpaved forest roads from just north of Boise to the Canadian border. For a while now I have had the idea of driving most if not the […]

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Seafoam Lakes 4×4 Drive

Forest Road 010 (Salmon-Challis National Forest) stretches for about 5 miles from the Seafoam Guard Station to Seafoam Lakes. The first part of the road is pretty tame just narrow. After a couple miles it […]

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Soldier Lakes Day Hike

Lieutenant Lake, Lowest of the Soldier Lakes. While staying at Josephus Lake Campground I made the 4 mile hike to the Soldier Lakes area in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. This was […]

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Josephus Lake Campground Idaho

My Campsite at Josephus Lake Josephus Lake is located in Challis National Forest about 20 miles north of highway 21 and probably 40-50 miles northwest of Stanley, Idaho. The road from highway 21 is not […]

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Queets Campground Olympic National Park

Panorama of the Queets River. This National Park campground has a lot of spectacular and secluded sites. Many of the sites are right up against the Queets river, all are surrounded by large trees that […]

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NW Coast Road Trip 2018

Section One: The Olympic Peninsula to the Oregon Border This route started near Olympia, WA. From there we took highway 101 up and around the Olympic peninsula and then on down the coast. Very little […]

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Cottonwood Canyon Road

Cottonwood Canyon Road in Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Utah, USA

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Magruder Corridor – Idaho

The Magruder Corridor or the Nez Perce Trail is about a 100 mile dirt and gravel road that cuts through two wilderness areas. The Selway-Bitterroot & Frank Church River of no Return. I drove the […]

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