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ISSUE FOUR

Feats By Foot: Trails and Tribulations on the Trail

Spring 2021

Outdoor Idaho Magazine Issue 04

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RELEASES APRIL 2021

ISSUE THREE

The Powder Issue

IN THIS ISSUE:

In this issue: 

  • Editor's Note: Challenges
  • On the Cover: A Tribute to Kevin Hanson
  • The Powder Challenge: 50 Things To Do In Idaho This Winter
  • An Ode To Ice: Ice Climbing in Southern Idaho
  • Earn Your Turns: Skiing and Snowboarding in Idaho's Backcountry
  • Safety In the Backcountry: An Overview
  • A Winter Guide to Inside
  • Athlete of the Season: Majid Imani
  • Adventures in Their Words: Idaho's Authors
  • Pics by Place: Idaho Photographers Share Their Favorite Spots

ISSUE TWO

The Sawtooth Issue

Summer 2019

SNEAK PEAK:

Editors note:

 

 

 

Tall granite mountains loom above lush, green meadows freckled with color from wild, mountain flowers. Crystal, alpine lakes beckon a weary hiker and it’s silent. Hot summer air drops to cool altitude nights and the Milky Way dances above heads on pillows and bodies in sleeping bags. The Sawtooths are calling.

The Sawtooths draw venturers from Idaho and beyond once the snow melts. With world-class climbing, hundreds of miles of trails for hiking and riding, pristine lakes and abundant wildlife, the Sawtooths are home to Idaho’s unrivaled recreation. Outdoor Idaho Magazine is proud to feature our home-grown mountain range in the second issue of OIM.

When the sun dries up the valley and the desert, embark upon the mountains. You’ll find escape and solitude in the hidden locations dotted throughout Volume Two of Outdoor Idaho Magazine — in the Sawtooths and beyond.

Thank you to our readers, contributors and advertisers for your support in making Volume Two of Outdoor Idaho Magazine possible. I hope that it takes you to new and familiar places and helps in the pursuit of your corporeal and ethereal passions.

ISSUE ONE

The Debut

SNEAK PEAK:

Editors note:

 

Movement is what defines us. Each step, grip, turn, paddle — every move, it defines you. So when you climb a grade higher, pack a bit further, drop a steeper line, those are the moments that transcend you past who you used to be and take you to who you’re going to be. Let’s inspire that kind of change.

Let’s unite as a community and ignite the fire that burns movement. Let’s climb higher peaks, share bigger goals, and put the words of these stories onto paper for others to experience and for us to relate. Jimmy Carter once said “Like musk and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries”.

It’s time that Idahoans have a platform to share their love of nature, recreation and the movement that took them from who they were to who they are. Outdoor Idaho magazine features local people, events and activities with the purpose of sharing a passion for exploration, pushing boundaries, protecting our wild and inciting an adventurous spirit. We hope that as you turn each page of this first issue that we captivate you to relate to one another, push a little bit harder and find the movement that defines you.

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ISSUE FOUR

Feats by Foot

Trials and Tribulations on the Trail

SPRING 2021

Outdoor Idaho Magazine Issue 04

COMING SOON

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ISSUE THREE

The Powder Issue

WINTER 2020-21

In this issue: 

  • Editor's Note: Challenges
  • On the Cover: A Tribute to Kevin Hanson
  • The Powder Challenge: 50 Things To Do In Idaho This Winter
  • An Ode To Ice: Ice Climbing in Southern Idaho
  • Earn Your Turns: Skiing and Snowboarding in Idaho's Backcountry
  • Safety In the Backcountry: An Overview
  • A Winter Guide to Inside
  • Athlete of the Season: Majid Imani
  • Adventures in Their Words: Idaho's Authors
  • Pics by Place: Idaho Photographers Share Their Favorite Spots

ORDER TODAY

ISSUE TWO

The Sawtooth Issue

SUMMER 2019

SNEAK PEAK:

Editors note:

 

 

 

Tall granite mountains loom above lush, green meadows freckled with color from wild, mountain flowers. Crystal, alpine lakes beckon a weary hiker and it’s silent. Hot summer air drops to cool altitude nights and the Milky Way dances above heads on pillows and bodies in sleeping bags. The Sawtooths are calling.

The Sawtooths draw venturers from Idaho and beyond once the snow melts. With world-class climbing, hundreds of miles of trails for hiking and riding, pristine lakes and abundant wildlife, the Sawtooths are home to Idaho’s unrivaled recreation. Outdoor Idaho Magazine is proud to feature our home-grown mountain range in the second issue of OIM.

When the sun dries up the valley and the desert, embark upon the mountains. You’ll find escape and solitude in the hidden locations dotted throughout Volume Two of Outdoor Idaho Magazine — in the Sawtooths and beyond.

Thank you to our readers, contributors and advertisers for your support in making Volume Two of Outdoor Idaho Magazine possible. I hope that it takes you to new and familiar places and helps in the pursuit of your corporeal and ethereal passions.

ISSUE ONE

 

The Debut

SPRING 2019

Sneak Peak:

Editors note:

Movement is what defines us. Each step, grip, turn, paddle — every move, it defines you. So when you climb a grade higher, pack a bit further, drop a steeper line, those are the moments that transcend you past who you used to be and take you to who you’re going to be. Let’s inspire that kind of change.

Let’s unite as a community and ignite the fire that burns movement. Let’s climb higher peaks, share bigger goals, and put the words of these stories onto paper for others to experience and for us to relate. Jimmy Carter once said “Like musk and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries”.

It’s time that Idahoans have a platform to share their love of nature, recreation and the movement that took them from who they were to who they are. Outdoor Idaho magazine features local people, events and activities with the purpose of sharing a passion for exploration, pushing boundaries, protecting our wild and inciting an adventurous spirit. We hope that as you turn each page of this first issue that we captivate you to relate to one another, push a little bit harder and find the movement that defines you.

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