Borah: Where Gray Granite Crags and Idaho’s Azure Skies Meet By DICK d’EASUN

A view along the ridge. Section of the north ridge were open and others were forested. Footing varied from easy to ball bearing, lose gravel.

Bob Boyles found and transcribed a scanned copy of the following 1929 article which discusses Mount Borah. The Idaho Sunday Statesman BOISE IDAHO SUNDAY MORNING MAY 29 1932 Where Gray Granite Crags and Idaho’s Azure Skies Meet By DICK d’EASUN UP at the top of Idaho, supreme among Gem state giants of massive rock, rules Mount William Edgar Borah, mantled … Continue reading