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

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      We woke up and it was freezing cold. We packed up our stuff, had a power bar. Maeve all of a sudden yelled out"OW!", and her tooth fell out of her mouth and it wasn't't even loose! We decided to call the camping spot and pass Lost Tooth Gap. We put Maeve's tooth in a bag and headed out. We were going to stop later for breakfast because it was freezing. We passed the sign that said we were out of the camping zone. A few up ...


      A travel blog entry by hgtrip on Jul 23, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      D22: 8 Miles & The Shoshone Plateau

      A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 09, 2012

      40 photos

      ... in towards our kitchen, meaning that we were only 40 paces from the water. Figures :). So, upon the instructors' discovery of this fact, I got up and counted new paces for kitchen, which we would end up moving to once dinner was finished.

      For dinner, Theo and I made a tasty rice & bean chili, which more than hit the spot after an 8 mile day. As I was preparing an Absaroka Mudslide for dessert, we heard a loud clash of thunder and ...

      D19: MORE FOOD!

      A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 06, 2012

      20 photos

      ... into my bowl. Because, clearly, it would mix well with the cream of wheat and make it more delicious. As you might imagine, the hypothesis of my little wilderness science experiment was wholeheartedly disproven. I still shudder when thinking about my Cinnamon Cream of Wheat concoction. I ended up eating bits of the dreadful stuff throughout the day out of sheer hunger, but have since vowed to use every faculty necessary to prevent that horrid scourge ...