The Alice Toxaway loop in the Sawtooth Wilderness needs no introduction. Renowned for its beauty, this trail gets a lot of use over the season making it especially important that it stays maintained. ITA has spent the last several years working around the loop, finally completing all the major trail work last year. This year, we switch gears to annual maintenance. During a self-supported backpacking trip, volunteers will hike the whole loop removing any logs and clearing drains and water bars on the trail. We’ll bump camp as we go, and spend our evening together taking in the jagged peaks and alpine lakes that make this area so well-known.
Difficulty Rating: 3 – Difficult: Hike medium to long distances from a trailhead – self-supported overnight backpacking trips carrying gear and tools.
More Information: Hiking Project
Estimated Drive Time to Meeting Spot: 30 Minutes from Stanley, Idaho
Road Considerations: The road to Tin Cup is suitable for any car.
Volunteer Spots Available: 0 of 6
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