The Pulaski Tunnel Trail (five minutes from Wallace, ID) traces part of the route that Edward Pulaski’s crew followed during their escape from the 1910 fires. The trail’s two-mile course brings hikers to an overlook across the creek from the Nicholson mine adit – better known as the Pulaski Tunnel – where “Big Ed” Pulaski saved all but six of his 45-man firefighting Read more...
Spring into the mountains!
As the weather starts to warm, it’s time to head outside. Take your pick of hiking, biking, dirt biking or however else you like to play in nature. Spring is a great time to plan a trip to Wallace. In the downtown, don’t miss the early season events and the happy smiles as everyone starts wearing short sleeve shirts again. If you’re lucky the ski hills stay open into spring and you can take a few turns on the slopes in short sleeves and not even get a chill! Gotta love Wallace!
Spring is also a good time to spend indoors. if the weather’s not so great head to one of the many museums or mining tours which are open year round.