Selkirk Mountains


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a range of the Rocky Mountains in southeastern British Columbia

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Rogers had already, in April, 1881, sent survey parties from Fort Calgary to explore passes through the Rocky Mountains; but it was the more westerly Selkirk Mountains that presented him with a task of far greater difficulty.
My ears started to pop as we climbed into the heavily-wooded Selkirk Mountains.
For example, an analysis of wolverine observations in Idaho indicates three areas where sightings are concentrated: the Selkirk Mountains of northern Idaho, the Lochsa and Kelly Creek drainages in north-central Idaho, and the Sawtooth and Smoky Mountains in south-central Idaho (Groves 1988).
On our way we climbed the Balu Pass Trail (6,900ft) at Rogers Pass in the Selkirk Mountains.
The story behind the Weaver/Harris verdict began with government entrapment and continued through 16 months of armed surveillance of Weaver's cabin in the steep, heavily wooded Selkirk Mountains near Naples, about 40 miles south of the Canadian border in the rural "panhandle" region of northern Idaho.
On the lower lake's Luby Bay, we pull into Hill's Resort, with its forest cabins, 18-hole golf course, and views of the Selkirk Mountains.
Only 50 of its kind roam the old-growth forests of Idaho's Selkirk Mountains, the last remnants of a U.
In the winter, nearby Schweitzer Mountain, a growing ski resort located just to the north in the Selkirk Mountains, makes this area one of the few in the country to offer true, year-round recreational activities.
North of Creston, the Selkirk Mountains tumble to the shores of Kootenay Lake.
Schweitzer Mountain Resort, one of the premier winter resorts in the Northwest, is situated in the Selkirk Mountains on the Idaho panhandle.