Postcard from Idaho: St. Joe River Country

Saddle up, and splash in Idaho's pristine St. Joe River country, then bunk down in a spacious horse camp or historic lodge.

St. Joe River country in the Idaho Panhandle National Forests offers a myriad of trail-riding delights, from pristine streams to high mountain ridges, from old-growth forests to historic logging sites. Spacious horse camps and a backcountry lodge complete this great riding getaway. Enjoy this bonus photo album from our trip! (For an in-the-saddle account of the trek to St. Joe River country, and more photos, pick up the September-October ’08 issue of The Trail Rider.)

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