Triangle C Ranch

Highway 21 & Benner St., Stanley, Idaho, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Stanley

Idaho - part 2

A travel blog entry by jillstravels

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... incredible country side. As the sun set, we made our way into the village of Elk Bend in search of a campsite near a popular local hot spring. Unsuccessful in our attempts, we stopped in a bar seeking some local info. The couple who owned the bar were as engaging as they were helpful. After a brief conversation, they offered up their property for us to camp out on and, after hanging with them for a few hours, we had our first commercial camping experience! It was ...

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

A travel blog entry by bnthms88

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... very well, given the fact that we all had only had a few classes in First Aid under our belts. As such, we were all allowed to go on the independent trip! Woohoo!! I volunteered and was accepted to be one of the leaders of the trip, which excited me greatly. We'd be split into 2 teams, with Charlie, the other leader, and I responsible for making the groups and writing the RAD Plan for safely getting to the X. As it was already late, we decided to get to bed and start ...

D21: Pierpont Pass & an old Native Stompin' Ground

A travel blog entry by bnthms88

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... we were on the trail by 10:30.

The day would turn out to be a tough one. It was only 6 miles, but we had to scale 2000 feet over the first 3.5-4 miles. Though, it was a beautiful day, the sun
brightly shining on us and the temperature hovering around 70 with no humidity. The group, consisting of Max, Charlie, Andy, Lily, and Jamie, did an awesome job, and it was really great to see how everyone chipped in and participated when ...

D19: MORE FOOD!

A travel blog entry by bnthms88

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... stomach's raucous delight, continued. Shari, the lady who brought our food in on the horses, brought everyone an apple and an orange as she did last time. I recall eating both in about a minute flat, combined. And, she once again brought a box of Oreos, of which I devoured three. The tummy's tigerlike growl abated and if anything, was reduced to a that of a kitten's purr for the time being. I found a quiet place under towering tree and read for a few ...

D17: Marston Pass and Traversing Snow in August

A travel blog entry by bnthms88

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... 15 miles to the south and east. At one point, we identified a very thin, light-brown line dancing around a mountain. After a quick map check, we determined that the thin line we were seeing was our trail! It was pretty awesome to see a trail we'd eventually be walking on, especially with a 1,000 foot dip in between, from only about a mile away. About a 1/2 mile from Marston pass, the trail crossed a snowpack, which meant that we got to walk on snow! In ...

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