Triangle C Ranch

Address: Highway 21 & Benner St., Stanley, Idaho, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Highway 21 & Benner St., Stanley.
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    Travel Blogs from Stanley

    Day 2 out of 2

    A travel blog entry by bradmoening on Jul 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... and amazing views later we came to Mount Hunt Divide. A little sign said we were at an elevation of 9,710. That was the highest up any of us had ever been! We had a steep downhill climb from there. An little while later we saw something moving down the cliff from us Maeve got out the binoculars to look, it was a herd of elk!!!!!!!!!! There were about 20 - 30 elk in the herd. At first we only saw a few but ...

    Rafting!

    A travel blog entry by hgtrip on Jul 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... who had brought a giant mooring ball, cut it in half and set it on the riverbank, and fitted with a pipe coming out of the side of the mountain. It was like a huge cauldron and easily fit four people. It was so hot that we messed around with the pipes to heat pools in the river. The lower sun made for gorgeous color on the mountains as we drove. Then it was back to the house where John and Carol had make-your-own pizza ingredients waiting, and we chatted into the wee hours. A great ...

    Day 16: Down Day in Stanley

    A travel blog entry by bergworld on Jun 16, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the Salmon river and the first 5 miles of the turn off was recently paved and hugged the twisty valley floor. Great fun. And the dirt road wasn't bad but did have some washboard sections. Set the suspension to off road, hopped on the pegs and had a blast. You quickly start to run into massive piles of mine trailings. And after about 5 miles you run into the dredge, which is a very larg boat in a very small ...

    D24: To Use the Toilet or Not?...and The Star

    A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 11, 2012

    39 photos

    ... that came out of the Italian Renaissance. Take that Michelangelo. Your Sistine Chapel was just beaten out by a wilderness-made breakfast. Maybe.

    A couple people on the trip were having serious blister trouble, enough that our supplies of tape, moleskin, and other blister remedies wouldn't last the rest of the course. Therefore, at re-ration, Annemarie sent a message with the horsepackers to drop a cache of medical supplies at a predetermined GPS coordinate ...

    D23: Many People Before, Many People After

    A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 10, 2012

    14 photos

    ... and raced to get it set up before the potential downpour began. This was by far the best tent we'd set up and in the fastest time. Setting up a tent may not carry much importance in the frontcountry, but doing it well is wildly important in the backcountry, lest you wake up wet and sick. Felt good to knock it out of the park under nature's rainy deadline.

    The downpour never came, but our classes were plagued by intermittent showers. ...