THE SAWTOOTH NATIONAL RECREATION AREA (SNRA)
Comprises 756,000 acres of public and private land in Central Idaho and is used by nearly 500,000 outdoor enthusiasts and visitors annually who enjoy:
FISHING in three major rivers and hundreds of lakes and creeks
Hiking on hundreds of miles of trails viewing over 50 snow capped peaks above 10,000 feet and countless lush meadows
Mountain Biking on designated trails and gravel roads
Skateskiing / Snowshoeing on scenic trails
Snowmobiling on groomed trails
Viewing and Photographing the vast array of wildlife
River Rafting on world-class rivers
Camping in many improved and designated camping areas
Horseback Riding on myriad of trails
ORV Riding on many designated trails and roads
Enjoying many historic reminders of our pioneer heritage
Learn about this important issue.
Share your views about the National Monument and download the presentation from the recent forum sponsored by the Sawtooth Society.
Sawtooth Valley Wildland Fire Collaborative Strategic Recommendations