September 15 – 16th – Weekend Club Ride Cancelled

September 12, 2018

Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club has been unsuccessful putting a ride together for this weekend – September 15th and 16th.    Please understand this is a club effort and it just takes more then a few to organize and plan. Working for the public to keep trails open is a monumental task and can be challenging, […]

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September 5th IPA Meeting at Swiftwater RV Park in White Bird next to Silver Bridge on the Salmon River.

September 5, 2018

ATTENTION Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club SEPTEMBER MEETING is at Swiftwater RV Park.   Turn off of Hwy 95 just south of Hoots. Drive to the Silver Bridge and you’ll see Swiftwater RV Park before crossing the bridge over the Salmon River.  Come out and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow ATV & UTV recreationists.      […]

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September 5th IPA Meeting at Swiftwater RV Park in White Bird

August 28, 2018

ATTENTION Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club SEPTEMBER MEETING Wednesday, September 5th at 7pm IPA Club Meeting will be hosted by Swiftwater RV Park in White Bird Idaho.    Swiftwater RV Park is an Idaho Pathfinders Club Member and SILVER Sponsor.  Anna Ousley, owner of the RV Park, has graciously invited the Pathfinders to hold the September […]

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August 2018 Newsletter

August 7, 2018

Membership update:  150 members Need gift ideas? What a great idea and a way to help the club grow!  Give the gift of an IPA membership ($20 single, $25 family) and/or T-shirts & Hats: (In stock only $10.00).  We can special order or have the logo put onto your clothing.  Colors: T-Shirts; Black, Green, Cream […]

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Saturday, July 21 TRAIL CLEANUP Scheduled. Can you help???

July 19, 2018

IPA has scheduled another ATV Trail clean up on Saturday 7/21 to tackle the 244 # Scott Ranch Trail and the Bullion Mine trail’s . We are meeting at the end of the pavement on the 221# at Little Bolder Creek at 9:00 am.  Please join us!   We are doing our best to keep […]

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IPA is cleaning trails Wednesday July 18 – Help Needed.

July 18, 2018

We need help!  Please we are trying to keep our trails open for everyone’s enjoyment. Britta and Larry are going to the Gary Dale Trail 1105 (Nokomis Meadows area) tomorrow with Bob to clear trail.    If there are any Pathfinders that wish to join us, we are meeting at the Hungry Ridge Bridge at […]

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Centennial Trail clean up this Saturday July 14 at 9:00 am.

July 13, 2018

Dear IPA Members We need HELP!     We have scheduled a Centennial Trail clean up this Saturday July 14 at 9:00 am. We are meeting at the rock pit off the 221 at Gospel Road.  (Grangeville Salmon Road – FS 221)   Call VP Bob Mangold with any questions before Saturday morning.  Many thanks in advance […]

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IPA Meeting Wednesday, July 11th

July 11, 2018

A group of us trail seekers met in Lucile on Sunday morning and enjoyed a wonderful day of great weather, beautiful wildflowers and stellar camaraderie up above the Snake River in the Hells Canyon National Forest.   – Cow Creek Saddle.   Hope you can make the meeting tonight, Wednesday July 11th,  at 7:00pm  at the Pizza Factory […]

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Fun Seekers Ride Starting At Lucile ID 9am Pacific

July 6, 2018

Psst.  Some of us fun seekers are meeting at Lucile, Idaho at 9:00 am (Grangeville Time) on Sunday, July 8th. Supposedly its a very scenic ride and at some locations you can see the Snake River (or the Salmon River) – one of those.  This scenic ride will include Cow Creek Road, Hells Canyon, Saddle […]

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PLATINUM Sponsor – Buds Power Sports

June 30, 2018

A big thank you to Buds Power Sports for becoming a Platinum Business Sponsor!  Your support is deeply appreciated!  Bud’s Powersports is your source for trailers, ATVs, snowmobiles, side by sides and more. We carry Polaris, Can-Am, Arctic Cat, Ski-Doo & Stihl. Visit us in Cottonwood, Idaho or call 208-962-3211 for more information. Buds Power […]

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