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Wild animals. Wild lands. The incredibly wild Scotchman Peaks

The children and grandchildren of north Idaho and northwestern Montana deserve a place in which to grow up wild. Saving the Scotchman Peaks is about that and more. We all deserve a place where we're free to roam. Where we can find our own wild place.

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Trails

There’s no better...

Trails

There’s no better...

There’s no better way to show love for Scotchman Peaks than volunteering for trail crews. It’s the work that keeps...

Incredibly Wild Trail Ambassadors

It may seem like there’s still a lot of snow...

Incredibly Wild Trail Ambassadors

It may seem like there’s still a lot of snow...

It may seem like there’s still a lot of snow in the mountains, but we’re already planning for the summer season! That includes thinking about...

Winter Tracks

Winter can start to feel pretty long in a...

Winter Tracks

Winter can start to feel pretty long in a...

Winter can start to feel pretty long in a classroom. Between the cold temperatures, inclimate weather, and short days, it can be pretty...

Volunteer opportunities await for Scotchman Peaks Wilderness

Looking to pitch in to Wilderness efforts this...

Volunteer opportunities await for Scotchman Peaks Wilderness

Looking to pitch in to Wilderness efforts this...

Looking to pitch in to Wilderness efforts this summer? The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness have you covered!

With so many major events...

The Friends' Blog

The latest on our events and activities

Ryan Goodman’s Memorable Wilderness Experience

Whenever quality time is spent in the wilderness there is...

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FSPW sets dates for August trail work

FSPW sets dates for August trail work

It’s already been a productive summer for Friends of Scotchman...

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The Legacy of Jim “Poz” Posewitz

Jim Posewitz, a Montana conservation icon, passed away on July...

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