Chapter meetings are at 7 PM, second Thursday of each month in the Old Idaho Power Building, 214 East Center, Park in the back and enter back of building on west side door labeled "Southeast Idaho Council of Governments, Inc".
Pat, Bob, Milt, and Steve rode to Blair Lake on the Continental Divide
Idaho Parks and Recreation has money to improve trails. They hire trail rangers and own trail dozers that can create ATV trails and single track trails. The video below shows this equipment.
Facebook post of the most recent rides in Blackrock Canyon.
Click on image below to view the Museum of Natural History's website. At that site you can find the times the museum is open, admission cost and their other interesting exhibits.
Idaho is blessed with thousands of square miles of open public land. However, access to the back country is by a network of fragile trails. Just as our roads need constant repair so do back country trails. When trails become washed out or blocked by natural downfall and overgrowth, people stop using them. Under use of a trail is as bad as over use. Horse back riders, hikers, back packers, mountain bikers, dirt bikers, and trail runners, all share the same trail. PRBCH would like to promote cooperation among these trail users through planning, volunteer service, public education, and negotiation with government agencies.
The Federal government owns 61.6% of Idaho, only exceeded a little bit by Utah 64.9%, and a lot by Alaska 84.9%. However, Idaho has the greatest percent of its land in national forests 38.2% and it contains 4.8 million acres of wilderness, 3rd largest in the U.S..