Salmon River Lodge

Stanley, Idaho, 83278, United States | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located in Stanley, is near Meriwether Lewis' August 12, 1805 Campsite.
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Travel Blogs from Stanley

This too shall pass

A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Sep 08, 2014

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Finally was able to get a mechanic and he said the radiator was plugged. He ordered a new one but had to wait for it to be delivered on Tuesday. Soooo, another day in town. First a long walk to a lovely little park on an island in the Salmon River and then a drive south and a stop at the Sacajawea Interpretive Centre. Very nicely done and an excellent walking ...

Rafting!

A travel blog entry by hgtrip on Jul 23, 2014

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... we saw two river otter, several deer, and a water snake (which was actually more cute than terrifying). The whole trip was a blast. On the way back we stopped at Sunbeam Hot Springs, where we sat in little pools along the river made by rearranging rocks, and heated by hot springs coming out of the side of the mountain. The rock walls get moved around depending on how hot you want the water to be. Then we stopped at the hot springs John had showed us, which was made by someone ...

Day 16: Down Day in Stanley

A travel blog entry by bergworld on Jun 16, 2013

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... and it isn't far from Boise. After lunch Bill headed to Sun Valley ( made it to the pass outside of Ketchum before threatening clouds caused him to turn back) and I was off to Yankee Fork Gold Dredge.





The dredge is 13 miles north of Stanley and then back a road that was paved for five miles and dirt for five. A chance to ride the pegs on my duel sport. The ride to the turn off ...

Day 4: Main Salmon - Hancock to Groundhog

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 14, 2011

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... has an incomplete spinal cord injury and doesn't have full use of her legs so she can't swim too well. They were having trouble getting her out of the water and into a raft while trying to collect people and other gear. I happened to see Jenny's canoe go floating past and no one had it so I went after it.

I ended up running section 2 without a guide and I couldn't remember where I was supposed to go. Thankfully I saw Erica in her raft ...

Day 3: Main Salmon - Devil's Tooth to Hancock

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 13, 2011

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... into the river! It was so funny, I guess that's the type of thing that happens under the full moon, lunacy. In truth though it was very freeing, I never did before and the river water that late at night was very refreshing.

We got dressed and then sat around the fire to warm up for a bit and then headed off to bed still laughing. Since it was still pretty warm outside most of us pulled our mattress pads and sleeping bags outside and slept under the ...