Great info, great photos!
Thank you Sir.
This Sawtooth area is amazing, I'm excited to spend more time there.
Thanks. Definitely worth the visit, I'm spoiled living so close to them.
Great page Dave! Still looking for WC10??? LOL
Thanks Steve. WCP-10 is next, but it may not be until Easter at this rate…
A pleasure to see this well presented peak. Enjoyed reading about the history as well as the rest of the fine information that you have presented on this peak. My compliments on a fine page.
Thanks very much Dean. I learned a whole lot while gathering information for this page.
I saw what you posted on the Outdoors forum and decided to check it out here. Nice page and very interesting!
Thanks Matt, glad you liked it.
I have to say there Super Dave. That is just one stunning page.
Bit of a corny rhyme but the page is great.
Well done for getting it a featured site...!
Cheers - David.
Thanks David. Those who know me will tell you that "corny" is one of my specialties. :)
clicked and saw 38 votes, and I'm like "this must be an old page" then I looked at the date and it's new. Good work.
Thanks Brendon. A few "old" photos, but the page itself is new. :)
Reminds me of my beloved Sierra!
Quite a bit of the Idaho Sawtooths have more of a pinkish granite, but this section is a lot lighter color, more similar to the Sierra
I wonder and really suspect that the closest thing to a glacier in Idaho would be some snow fields in the Sawtooth's.
Thanks. Quite a few permanent snowfields in the Sawtooths. I think technically a glacier has to be "moving" though. I think there may be some rock glaciers around though...
Great to see you setting such a high standard for the start of the year Dave, this one of the most well written and beautifully present pages I've seen in a while. Congratulations!
Thanks for the good word Dan! Much appreciated, especially coming from someone like you who is consistently setting high standards for SP pages.