Wild Idaho Outfitters invested some serious time, money and effort into trail work this summer. We hired a crew of four young men who worked long hours and cleared over 30 miles of trail in the “Frank” by cutting or moving 1,985 logs from the trails over a 4-week period. All this work was done with hand tools. No motorized equipment (i.e. chainsaws) is allowed in wilderness areas so this is very physically demanding work. Our plans are to continue this type of investment in trail clearing going forward, so if this kind of work may be of interest to you, please contact us . We also, teamed up with the Forest Service on a couple of the trails and were very grateful for their continued dedication to public access of your public lands. This trail work is not just “something for the outfitter”. This trail work benefits all public land users. These trails are open for all who take the time to visit our public lands and visitors will be able to enjoy easier access to the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area backcountry because of the labor of these four young men and the Forest Service trail crew. Be sure to visit our gallery to see some of the before and after pictures of the work these young men performed.