Idaho Trails: Gifts that get consumed

Alexis Plum, of Idaho Falls, climbs up the interesting basalt cliffs near the Wolf Flats area along the South Fork of the Snake River on Saturday. Warm fall weather has many people pursuing activities other than snow sports.um, of Idaho Falls, climbs up the interesting basalt cliffs near the Wolf Flats area along the South Fork of the Snake River on Saturday. Warm fall weather has many people pursuing activities other than snow sports. (Photo Courtesy of Emma Salomon)

Last week, I wrote about giving the gift of stoke — things to promote excitement to get outdoors. This week, I have another suggestion: consumables.

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