Outdoor Idaho Magazine Issue 04

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Spring 2021 –

Feats By Foot

Outdoor Idaho Magazine is proud to present Issue 04 – Feats by Foot: Trials and Tribulations on the Trail.

Order Volume 04 today to get an exclusive first look at the stories told through eyes of Idahoans who know about the sweat and tears that make adventure worth it. Type Two Fun headed your way.

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WE’RE DONATING 20% TO NON-PROFITS.

 

Make an impact, incite change, and support the non-profits that keep idaho wild.

Our mission at Outdoor Idaho Magazine is to provide opportunities to those who share a common passion for exploration and protecting our wild.⁠

Protecting our wild places is one of the main pillars of our publication because we believe that as adventurers, we hold the responsibility to promote environmentalism, conservation and sustainability keep our land wild for generations to enjoy. ⁠

That’s why we are donating 20% of all profits made on Issue 04 (and all orders until the next release) to Idaho non-profits that support that mission. We want to give our audience the chance to join us in making an impact and supporting the organizations that keep Idaho beautiful. When you purchase your copy of Issue 04 you can add a comment at checkout stating which non-profit you want your proceeds to be donated to, and we will allocate the contributions to the respective organizations.⁠

 

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ISSUE 03 COVER:

KEVIN HANSEN (1979 – 2020)

POWDER ISSUE COVER

Sean Muldoon of Forever Wild Media captures mentor, friend and Idaho alpinist, Kevin Hansen (1979-2020), on the North Face of Mount Borah. Alpinist remember Kevin as one Idaho’s best and most active climbers.

A COUPLE OF GEMS ABOUT IDAHO

FEATURED

STORIES

STETSON HOLMAN

THE CAVE

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SCOTT MARCHANT

SPRING HIKES NEAR

BOISE 

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IT FEELS LIKE SPRING

Outdoor Idaho Magazine Issue 04

ORDER ISSUE #4

SPRING 2021

Outdoor Idaho Magazine is proud to present Issue 04 – Feats by Foot: Trials and Tribulations on the Trail.

Order Volume 04 today to get an exclusive look at the stories told through eyes of Idahoans who know about the sweat and tears that make adventure worth it. Type Two Fun headed your way.

OR browse the issue online for free.

 

Keep idaho beautiful

Non-profit announcement

NON-PROFIT

ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Let’s all make an impact, incite change, and support the non-profits that are doing so much good in our state!

Our mission at Outdoor Idaho Magazine is to provide opportunities to those who share a common passion for exploration and protecting our wild.⁠

Protecting our wild places is one of the main pillars of our publication because we believe that as adventurers, we hold the responsibility to promote environmentalism, conservation and sustainability keep our land wild for generations to enjoy. ⁠

That’s why we are donating 20% of all profits made on Issue 04 (and all orders until the next release) to Idaho non-profits that support that mission. We want to give our audience the chance to join us in making an impact and supporting the organizations that keep Idaho beautiful. When you purchase your copy of Issue 04 you can add a comment at checkout stating which non-profit you want your proceeds to be donated to, and we will allocate the contributions to the respective organizations.⁠

 

ON THE BLOG:

A COUPLE OF GEMS

ABOUT IDAHO

FEATURED

STORIES

The Cave

The Cave

Heading into the cave at midnight at nearly 9,000 feet of elevation was a view I’ll never forget. The cave ceiling towered above our heads, cutting out an unpolluted, surreal view of the Milky Way. As we walked in the water, the cave began to narrow, and the stream disappeared under our trail upon the boulders. Soon the wind for which the cave is named began to blow an icy chill from deep within the mountain against our sweaty t-shirts. We s

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FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHERS

PICKS BY

PLACE

BLACK SLABBITH – SWAN FALLS, ID

EMALEE MARIE PHOTO

CASINO LOOP – STANLEY, ID

MAX BENZ

FERN AND SHADOW FALLS – COEUR D’ALENE, ID

GEORGE BERNARD

SCOTCHMAN PEAK – SANDPOINT, ID

DON OTIS

SNAKE RIVER CANYON – TWIN FALLS, ID

MONICA MCCUE

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