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August 01, 2010

Sunset Magazine

Up here in the Idaho Panhandle, Sandpoint and other lake resorts get all the press.  But Wallace is a gem.  The silver-mining capital’s 19th-century downtown is on the National Register of Historic Places, and there’s great outdoor recreation like the Route of the Hiawatha - one of the country’s most spectacular mountain bike rides.

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February 24, 2021 | Mountaintops and Mines in the Silver Valley

On its surface, Wallace is an unassuming town in the Idaho panhandle. Nestled high in the silver-rich Bitterroot Mountains, you would never know that this historic mining town used to have more than a dozen brothels and was ravaged twice by wildfires. In addition to mine tours and museums, Wallace offers…

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February 18, 2021 | Historic Wallace – Northern Idaho’s Best Kept Secret for Skiing

Wallace on a sunny winter day Exploration. Adventure. Culture. Those are the things I personally look for when skiing & snowboarding. Growing up a Midwest kid, I’ve always looked for mountains and ski-towns that were different and untainted… Special gems that are less corporate and…

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