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Posted: 2018 Trail Work Party / Vacation Schedule

The Idaho Trails Association Trail Work Party / Vacation Schedule has been posted! Come alone, bring a friend or signup as a small group. Choose a day trip, backpack overnighter or a weeklong vacation supported by an outfitter. Give back to your community and make memories with new friends. Register early — each project is [...]

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2018 Volunteer Appreciation Parties!

Mark your calendars and signup for one of our volunteer appreciation parties to reserve your spot. http://www.idahotrailsassociation.org/volunteerparty/   May 12, 2018 Volunteer Appreciation Party-Boise 5-9 pm, Ann Morrison Park, Old Timers Pavilion. Join us for a wonderful dinner prepared by In the Wild, Chef-Steve Weston! We will have adult and children’s beverages to compliment this [...]

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Thank you Larry Callister!

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A special thank you to ITA member Larry Callister for a donation of cross cut saws!  We are so thrilled to have these new additions to our tool cache.  The Simonds 513 is going to be limited to shows and demonstrations.  Come give it a try at the Spokane Great Outdoors Expo on February 24th [...]

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2017 Membership Drive is Here!

Make This the Year You Join Idaho Trails Association!   Dear Idaho Trail Users and Friends: Today is the beginning of the Idaho Trails Association (ITA) 2017 membership drive. We need YOU to help us so that we can maintain more of Idaho’s spectacular hiking trails! We’ll be running the drive from November 1st to [...]

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Fred Meyer Community Rewards

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Hello ITA supporters! Did you know if you are a Fred Meyer customer you can help the Idaho Trails Association just by shopping for your daily essentials? It’s true. Just register your Fred Meyer Rewards card on their website, go to the Community Rewards link: https://www.fredmeyer.com/topic/community-rewards-4 then ‘re-enroll or link your Rewards Card now’ and pick [...]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Thom Klein

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The Idaho Centennial Trail takes hikers 900 miles through some of Idaho’s most beautiful places. With the current rise in popularity of long distance hiking, it is high time that the ICT gets the recognition it deserves as one of America’s most rugged and remote hikes. But an increase in hikers means an increased need [...]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Howard Shay

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We here at ITA are proud to have grown beyond our Boise roots into the beautiful backcountry of North Idaho. From the Selkirks to the St. Joe, you’re sure to find some of the most pristine forests in the mountain West. Our volunteers have been hard at work improving trails for all to enjoy. As [...]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Tobey Jinkins

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Without our volunteers, the Idaho Trails Association could not do the important work of keeping public trails open. As part of our 2016 membership drive, we’d like to introduce you to some of the folks that have made our projects so successful and fun. Tobey has volunteered on our Alice-Toxaway project two years running and [...]

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Join Idaho Trails Association During Our 7th Annual Membership Drive

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Become a Steward of Idaho’s Trails Join ITA During Our 7th Annual Membership Drive Dear Idaho Backcountry and Wilderness Trail Lovers: Idaho’s network of backcountry trails leads hikers to and through some of our state’s most beautiful, hidden places. As one of the state’s fastest growing volunteer-driven organizations dedicated to clearing backcountry trails, Idaho Trails [...]

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Bee Top Connector Trail Work Debrief

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On Tuesday, July 26, eleven volunteers helped work on the final sections of the new Bee Top Connector Trail in the Sandpoint Ranger District of the Idaho Panhandle National Forest. This new trail will re-open access to the Bee Top/Round Top Trail #120 from the east end for the first time in many years. The [...]

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