“Outdoor Idaho” host Bruce Reichert uses trekking poles to help him descend a steep stretch of trail in the Boulder Mountains near Ketchum.
“Outdoor Idaho” host Bruce Reichert uses trekking poles to help him descend a steep stretch of trail in the Boulder Mountains near Ketchum. Chadd Cripe ccripe@idahostatesman.com
“Outdoor Idaho” host Bruce Reichert uses trekking poles to help him descend a steep stretch of trail in the Boulder Mountains near Ketchum. Chadd Cripe ccripe@idahostatesman.com

Trekking poles protect your body, add to your workout on hiking trails

July 25, 2017 12:07 AM

UPDATED August 24, 2017 05:04 AM

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