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074 - Idaho's Sawtooth Range (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on Idaho's Sawtooth Range
 
The Sawtooth National Recreation Area lies almost dead center in the state of Idaho. The area is named for the ragged appearance of the north-south range that seems to rise straight up from the long valley to the east. The Sawtooth Wilderness covers most of the western side of the National Recreation Area and encloses all the peaks along the range. In this newsletter, I give you some help getting to the Sawtooth Range and tell you where you can find the best photo locations when you get there. Most of the best viewpoints are located on the east side of the range. This means that photographers exploring the area will want to set their alarm clocks, get out early in the morning, and catch the first light of day across the ragged granite peaks.
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Updated - January 2013
The Sawtooth Wilderness covers most of the western side of the National Recreation Area and encloses all the peaks along the range. This newsletter gives you help getting to the Sawtooth Range and describes where you can find the best photo locations there. Most of the best viewpoints are located on the east side of the range.
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Locations
  • Alice Lake
  • Alturas Lake
  • Busin Butte Road
  • Bear Valley Road
  • Bonanza City, Idaho
  • Challis, Idaho
  • Custer Loop Road
  • Dagger Falls
  • Grand Mogul, Idaho
  • Marshall Lake
  • Middle Fork of the Salmon
  • Morgan Creek Road
  • Payette River
  • Petit Lake
  • Redfish Lake
  • River of No Return
  • Sawtooth Range
  • Stanley Lake
  • Sunbeam, Idaho
  • Twin Falls, Idaho