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Family Fun: A Dash of Dirt

While the lakes and rivers get most of the attention in the summer, the mountains pack a punch of family fun to rival any day at the beach. From mountain biking to horseback riding to a scenic chairlift ride, there is no shortage of adventures to wow the kids (and wear them out). Whether you … Continued

Waking up from Winter

New Offerings and High-Altitude Expertise Elevate the Local Golf Scene By April Thomas Whitney One of the great joys of living in a mountain environment – or frequently spending time in one – is anticipating the transition between seasons and savoring what each new season brings. While nature ultimately sets the agenda for these recurrent … Continued

Family Fun: Add A Splash of Water

One of the best ways to experience McCall in the summer is on the water. And there is no better place to canoe, kayak, or paddle board than the “Meanders.” This lazy stretch of river was mean for (you guessed it) meandering. The calm, crystal clear water is perfect for kids who want to learn … Continued

Family Fun: The Ultimate Downtown McCall Day

Sometimes you just need “a day.” Every parent knows that feeling…you’ve been on the move all week, running here and there, packing in the summer action and now you just need something easy everyone in the family (yep, including you!) can enjoy. When you need an easy activity day, the lakefront parks in McCall make … Continued

Creative and Innovative…By Nature

FEATURED ARTIST: Brian Schafer By April Thomas Whitney   Nature and art have always enjoyed a close relationship. Nature can be the subject of a work of art, or what inspires the artist to create in the first place. Nowhere is this more evident than in a remote perch above the East Fork South Fork … Continued

Chef Feature | Chef Steven Topple of Ragazza di Bufalo, Casa Rossa, Bistro 45

Originally hailing from Portsmouth on the south coast of England, Chef Steven Topple’s first dream was to be a pilot. At the age of 16 he began flying lessons only to discover that he had a slight color blindness. Knowing how strict major airlines are, he chose to change directions and lean into another favorite… … Continued

Chef Feature | Stacey Kucy of Stacey Cakes

The Connecticut Muffin: an unassuming little coffee shop that we all must thank for the delectable creations we can’t live without. Before the ginger snaps and twixters and lemon clouds and salted caramel cheesecakes, there was a girl who thought culinary school wasn’t the cool thing to do right out of high school. “I went … Continued

Slice of Life: Small Town Big Time

Behind the scenes at Backcountry Boutique and Bella Kitchen By McKenzie Kraemer It is 4am and Mary Gilson is already up checking emails and placing purchase orders. While her lovely shop, Backcountry Boutique, won’t open until 10:30am, she will have put in a full day’s work before the first customer walks through the door. A … Continued

Artful Alchemy

Meet the local brewers merging art and science It has been said that we are either left-brained or right-brained. That either our logical, mathematical, linear thinking left brain is dominant or our artful, intuitive, imaginative right brain is dominant. But recent studies have started to debunk the idea that we can be only one or … Continued

Featured Artist: La Rosa Hat Co

Handmade Hats and a Legacy of Love  In an unassuming building on an unassuming corner in Donnelly, Idaho, sits a treasure trove of history.  The narrow wooden structure was originally built in nearby Roseberry in 1907 but was relocated to Donnelly in 1917 when the railroad first stretched through the valley, surreptitiously bypassing the most … Continued

Guided Services: Fishing

The modern, DIY version of learning to fly fish is fairly straightforward: Watch some YouTube videos, take notes on what gear to buy and how to cast a fly rod. Maybe you even Google “Fly fishing near McCall” and find some tips on which flies to try in a handful of nearby locations. So, you … Continued

Guided Services: Ziplining

“It is a completely different perspective,” says Morgan Fuller, Director of Guest and Recreational Services at Tamarack Resort. “Seeing the mountain, the valley, everything from above is so different than what you get from the ground.” The Zip Line Tour at Tamarack Resort is a unique opportunity you won’t find just anywhere. “There is something … Continued

Huckleberry Fever

Huckleberries may quite possibly be the best thing about summer in McCall. These round purple berries have a tart kick that make them the perfect addition to pies, ice cream, pancakes, syrup and more. While you can purchase fresh or frozen Idaho huckleberries at some farmer’s markets, the best way to get your huckleberry fix … Continued