Month: March 2019

Close up view of the property boundary sign on a tree and the Grande Ronde River in the background.

Hike of the Month: Chief Joseph State Wildlife Area in Southeast Washington

By March the 4-O Ranch unit of the Chief Joseph State Wildlife Area is easing into spring mode. Green grass is returning to the open slopes and visitors can expect to see wildflowers, even as the mountains to the north are still open to skiing and snowshoeing. The larger Chief Joseph Wildlife Area totals over …

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Time for a Wallace, Idaho, Spring Skiing Getaway

If you’re looking for your next spring ski trip basecamp, don’t overlook Idaho’s Silver Valley. The historic mining town of Wallace, Idaho, is garnering attention as a no-frills destination for skiers and snowboarders. Located in the Bitterroot Range of the Rocky Mountains a mere 15-minute drive from Lookout Pass Ski & Recreation Area and Silver …

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