December 19, 2019. As we approach the end of the year, the website now has over 2,000 updates for the information contained in the book. These updates include history articles, the addition of peaks, new routes, new and updated access information, and many photos.
For the second year in a row, Livingston Douglas was extremely active in the State, climbing 316 Idaho peaks during two extended visits. Once again, Livingston contributed a wealth of new information covering the South Hills, the Bennett Hills, the Portneuf, Bear River, Bannock, Beaverhead, Lemhi, Lost River and Salmon River Mountains. His contributions included 279 posts, which covered the addition of new peaks to the database as well as access updates and/or new routes for peaks already on the website. Many other contributors have also provided additional route information. The website is the sum of its contributors efforts. Many thanks to all of them.
Pilot Mike Hart provided the following photo which says it all about our wonderful Idaho Mountains.
In addition to all the new climbing beta, there are a lot of new historical articles to spur your imagination. Seasons Greetings!
August 19, 2019. Since the last update, we have added over 100 new peaks and routes to the database. The most recent additions can always be accessed from links found under the “Book Updates” heading on the home page. Below are links to several history posts added to the website in recent weeks! Remember to Be Careful out there.
May 22, 2019. The never-ending quest to document Idaho’s mountains, climbing routes and climbing history continues into 2019. Over the Winter, peak pages were added for all Lost River Range and Lemhi Range peaks of 10,000 feet or higher. Start your exploration of these two spectacular mountain environments at the following links:
The Sawtooth Range Peaks were reorganized to comport with the organization found in the book. Start exploring Idaho’s most famous range at the following link: SAWTOOTH RANGE
Finally, if you have an interest in the history of mountain climbing in Idaho, check out the many new entries on the website’s history page: CLIMBING HISTORY