A little slide show from this summer's solo poling trip in the Sawtooth Wilderness.
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Nice Pics, Steve|
Posted by: wildernesswebb on Oct-20-11 6:57 PM (EST)
I also replied on the ST site. Paddled a friends NC Prospector last week and was wondering how your Prospector compares with the Coho? Just not much imfo out there on the Coho.
Posted by: steve_in_idaho on Oct-20-11 10:56 PM (EST)
I answered you on the ST thread.
Posted by: old_user on Nov-11-11 11:01 AM (EST)
Looks like a great adventure.Whats up with all the snags/log jams? Fire? beetle damage?I did some solo hiking/camping in the area in 1982 and I don't recall the dead trees.
Beetles, then fire.|
Posted by: steve_in_idaho on Nov-11-11 1:52 PM (EST)
Thanks for the fotos|
Posted by: duggae on Dec-15-11 10:19 PM (EST)
I'm sure that it was a great trip even though it was certainly a lot of work! Very beautiful country.
Posted by: old_user on Dec-19-11 7:51 AM (EST)
I am jealous! What a great trip.
Posted by: coldfeet on Dec-23-11 8:37 PM (EST)
Just saw your pics, really nice...few questions
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Posted by: steve_in_idaho on Dec-23-11 9:29 PM (EST)
Glad you enjoyed the pics.
Posted by: coldfeet on Dec-25-11 10:30 AM (EST)
Thx for info. Talked about your trip to a friend yesterday, one day I hope to travel into each state and check out it's scenery, either paddling or hiking. Most probably paddling.
Posted by: steve_in_idaho on Dec-26-11 10:57 AM (EST)
...was strictly poling. Stretches where a paddle would have been useful were short and not worth switching. If I had taken the time to get into that upper 3 miles, a paddle would work there. There is a long stretch of fairly popular cl3 beginning at Grandjean and going downstream to Lowman, but none of it is in wilderness. It's almost all next to forest road or highway, but still very nice river.