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    I'll be camping here as soon as the snow melts enough ... Stanley Lake in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area.
    What, not Sawtooth Lake or any of the Trail Creek Lakes?

    Lots of great stuff up in the Sawtooth. Sounds like a wonderful plan.

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    Stanley Lake is a great place to park the camp trailer and then venture out from there to lots of places for the day. There are a ton of hikes to small lakes all over the area. I'm really getting the itch to get outside for a while, cabin fever for sure.
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    Still looking through this thread but here are some pictures of Bryce Canyon National Park

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    Bryce Canyon and Zion, along with many of the nearby "red rock" areas, are pretty sweet. It's all but impossible to take a crummy photo of those spots. Even the stark, off the roadway view sort of photo, in even gray and dingy lighting, seems to turn out pretty great. Every time I head out that way, I often find myself (sometimes multiple times a day) just sitting on a vista drinking in that landscape. 100mi views, crystal-clear colors, impressions unmatched by any other spot on earth. One of my favorite areas of the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluesboy View Post
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    Stanley Lake is a great place to park the camp trailer and then venture out from there to lots of places for the day. There are a ton of hikes to small lakes all over the area. I'm really getting the itch to get outside for a while, cabin fever for sure.
    Been up over Galena Summit and down into the Stanley valley and nearby canyons. Have done a bit of hiking and some camping. Wonderful country, out there. Beautiful in the spring and summer. Stunning, in winter, even if it's a bit harsh.
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    Pics looks great of Bryce Canyon, it's on the retirement bucket list!

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