Welcome to the Friends Of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness | ScotchmanPeaks.org

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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Podcast | Your Wild Place

Stories by and for nature-lovers across the Inland Northwest…

Podcast | Your Wild Place

Stories by and for nature-lovers across the Inland Northwest…

Stories by and for nature-lovers across the Inland Northwest…

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Hiking in the Scotchmans

There are endless opportunities to explore...

Hiking in the Scotchmans

There are endless opportunities to explore...

There are endless opportunities to explore in the Scotchmans. We’re here to get you the info you need to get outside safely. The Scotchmans...

The Friends' Blog

The latest on our events and activities

A Love Letter to Mother Earth: An Earth Day Message

Dear Mother Earth, What a year it has been! Last...

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Ed Robinson is a retired forester, artist, and 40-year resident of North Idaho.

Voices in the Wilderness: Ed Robinson on Art and Fear in the Wild

Ed Robinson is a retired forester, plein air artist, and 40-year resident of North Idaho.

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Teaching Tracks over Zoom: Reflections on Bringing the Outdoors Inside this Winter

How can you teach track ID over zoom? We found a way to bring the outdoors inside – to 307 students in Northwest Montana and Northern Idaho this winter.

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