Scotchman Peaks Store

Purchase Scotchman Peaks apparel to show your love for saving the wild Scotchmans. Apparel purchases benefit Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness.

T-Shirts, Hoodies, & Goodies

Long sleeve Tees – $15      •       Short sleeve Tees – $10.00    •     Sweatshirts – $30.00

Adjustable bill caps – $10  •  Map bandanas $4.00 (2 for $7.00)  • Hooded Sweatshirts – $35.00

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A selection of our merchandise is available at the following locations:

  • Outdoor Experience– Sandpoint, ID
  • Greasy Fingers Bike Shop – Sandpoint, ID
  • Mountain Meadows Gifts and Antiques – Libby, MT
  • Scotchman Peaks office – Sandpoint, ID

If you are out of the area, you may order by emailing

We accept cash, check, and major credit cards.




Love to read? Enjoy your pastime while helping our cause. A portion of sales of these wonderful books go to benefit the Friends Of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness.

Archer MacClehan and The Hungry Now
Archer MacClehan & The Hungry Now
Author: Sandy Compton
Price: $14.00 Archer MacClehan & The Hungry Now is a page-turning tale populated by a cast of colorful characters who find themselves at odds in the wilderness — and pulling together for their very survival. As one of the book’s characters, botanist turned smoke-jumper Jesse Turnbull, says, “Life is served raw in wild country.”
Jason's Passage
Jason’s Passage
Author: Sandy Compton
Price: $6.95 Jason’s Passage opens with the love story of Caleb and Sarah, who come to the Clark Fork valley in 1913, at a time when travel was by horseback or wagon and settlers eked a living from the land. Two generations later, Alex Blascomb pursues his own love in a struggle to recapture the heart of his ex-wife Elizabeth.
Trails Of The Wild Cabinets
Author: Dennis Nicholls with Jim Mellen
Price: Currently out of print. This guide is very user-friendly, with detailed maps and directions … It reads like good advice from a well-informed friend,” said the Pacific Northwest Inlander of Spokane, Wash. (July 10, 1993).
“A nearby wilderness is a little tamer … the descriptions are ripe with the authority of having been there on foot,” wrote Rich Landers of the Spokane Spokesman-Review (July 13, 2003).

Trails of the Wild Selkirks
Author: Dennis Nicholls with Jim Mellen
Price: $19.50 Now updated as a second edition, Trails of the Wild Selkirks:  South of the Canadian Border focuses on the portion of this spectacular range that spans northeastern Washington and northern Idaho, before it stretches far into Canada. This book focuses on the American portion of the range, an area that holds a fantastic variety of landscapes from lush rain forests to dry grasslands to the cirques and granite of its high peaks. These wonderful wildlands also remain home to wildlife found almost nowhere else in the lower United States, including grizzly, woodland caribou, lynx and wolves. Nicholls provides an absorbing natural history for the range, along with several essays drawn from his own adventures wandering the Selkirks. Whether you’re a Sandpoint visitor or long-time resident, Trails of the Wild Selkirks will help you explore and appreciate Sandpoint’s back-door wildlands.
Legendary Lake Pend Oreille
Legendary Lake Pend Oreille
Author: Jane Fritz and Friends
Price: $24.00 Sprawling 43 miles long with 111 miles of shoreline, Idaho’s largest natural lake is truly awe-inspiring. At more than 1,100 feet deep, it’s the fifth-deepest lake in the nation. During the last ice age, it was the nexus of the most cataclysmic floods ever to scour the planet. For the native Kalispel Indians, it was the cradle of creation. It was the site of the first trading post in Idaho, built in 1809 by voyageur David Thompson. The lake has also yielded the world-record Kamloops trout. Add the lake’s spectacular setting amid three major ranges of the Rocky Mountains, and it’s no wonder Lake Pend Oreille inspires such awe. This book captures the lake’s incredible features and includes comprehensive guides.

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