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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, REI Boise teamed up with the Idaho Trails Association and the Boise District Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to improve a one-mile trail that plunges from the southern Idaho, high-desert plateau a thousand feet to the Bruneau River below. The Roberson Trail is used by photographers, hikers and very determined kayakers who schlep their boats down the torturous path to the challenges of premier class IV and V rapids that last only a few precious weeks in the spring.

Bruneau Canyon Scenic Viewpoint Bruneau Canyon Scenic Viewpoint

Over 30 volunteers, from 8 to 70+ years old, gathered early on a Saturday morning at the BLM office south of Boise and drove nearly two hours to reach the trailhead. The last five miles of jeep trail crossed country that had been charred by a hellish rangeland fire last summer. The land has been reseeded, but…

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Comments on: "Scorpions, snakes, and poison ivy–all in a day’s work" (1)

  1. Thanks for honoring my post with this reblog.

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