Central Idaho
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Blaine County, Idaho
A site for residents and visitors. Includes pages on the area's history, and photos.

Borah Peak, 12 662 feet
The highest point in Idaho. This page from America's Roof "US highpoint guide" offers access and climbing information, trip reports, maps, video images, and other links on the Peak.

Sawtooth National Fish Hatchery
The highest elevation hatchery in America, producing over 3 million Chinook salmon each year.

Sawtooth National Forest
(Web site by the USDA Forest Service)

Sawtooth National Recreation Area
Located in South Central Idaho, eight miles north of Ketchum on Highway 75. Established in 1972, the SNRA is managed by the U.S. Forest Service. Over 300 alpine lakes dot the area. Sawtooth, Boulder and White Cloud Mountains are the headwaters of five major rivers including the Salmon & Big Wood.

Sawtooth Scenic Byway
Scenic drive through the resort towns of Hailey, Ketchum, and Sun Valley and then along the rugged Sawtooth National Recreation Area. Offers views of the headwaters of the Salmon River and the peaks of the Sawtooth mountains."

The Sawtooth-Stanley Basin Country
Travelogue by Harlan Hague, writer, traveler and retired history professor. "The best place to glimpse the western land as it really was in the last century is in the Sawtooth-Stanley country in south-central Idaho..."


Experimental Breeder Reactor #1
Arco was the first city in the world to receive electricity via nuclear power. The world's first nuclear power plant, now inoperative, is open to the public. Idaho National Engineering Laboratory.


Bighorn Outfitters
Hunting, fishing, pack-trips, camping, trail rides, and photography trips. Hunting includes elk, deer, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, bear, predators, and game birds. Fishing is for rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, grayling, golden and brook trout on more than 40 mountain lakes. Fish by spin casting or fly fishing. Trips can be tailored to the client's desires.

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