Showing posts from March, 2013

Sawtooth National Recreation Area

Sawtooth National Recreation Area in central Idaho is part of Sawtooth National Forest and encompasses the Sawtooth, White Cloud, Boulder, and part of the Smoky Mountains. The Sawtooth Wilderness covers the Sawtooth Range, one of the most scenic mountain ranges in the country. The town of Stanley is at the northern of the SNRA while Ketchum and Sun Valley are at the southern end. There are incredible opportunities for hiking, biking, mountain climbing, boating, rafting, horseback riding, and other activities here.

Here are my posts about the SNRA:

Alice LakeAlpine Way TrailEdna LakeFourth of July & Washington lakesFrog LakeGoat LakeHell Roaring LakeRedfish LakeSawtooth LakeStanley LakeThompson PeakTitus LakeWarm Springs Meadow

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Devil's Hall, March 2013

Location: Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas
Distance: 4.2 miles round trip
Elevation gain: ~500 feet
Date: March 9, 2013

The Devil's Hall Trail is one of the shortest in Guadalupe Mountains National Park. This was my third time hiking this trail, and it provided a strong contrast to my two previous visits, which you can see posts for more info on below:
November 5, 2011
November 2, 2012

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