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Going After Goals: Backpacking In Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains

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By Michael Lanza We reach an unnamed pass at 8,450 feet early on a September evening that could hard
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One Response to Going After Goals: Backpacking In Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains

  1. Jennifer Simpson   |  February 26, 2019 at 1:37 pm

    Hi Michael, I planned a successful trip with my sisters to Sequoia last year based entirely on your post, thanks! It was mind-blowing (I have to get my pictures up soon) and I took my packraft out onto several of the lakes, including Columbine.

    I am considering a trip to the Sawtooths the first week of September, and I am wondering if you record .gpx tracks when you’re doing these trails? While I know how to use a map and compass, and one of my sisters has taken a Mountaineers navigation course, I like the back-up security of tracks for these more isolated hikes. I would download tracks into my Garmin. If yes, would the tracks be something you could include as part of a consult? –Thanks, Jenny

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