Riggins is a town in western Idaho, in a region known for its green mountains.
Its history dates back thousands of years.
In the 1700s, the local tribe built a camp for a winter retreat.
In 1911, the tribe moved to a new site, where the first American settlers settled.
The tribe’s leaders had hoped to create a sustainable, self-sufficient community.
When the federal government decided to protect the tribe, it built the first major settlement in the area, in 1925.
The federal government continued to protect and preserve the site.
But in 1978, a fire destroyed the camp, destroying much of the remaining native plant life.
Since then, the town has struggled with the loss of its traditional green vegetation, as well as with the erosion and other damage caused by modern development.
The town’s water supply has also suffered, and the town is in need of $4.5 million to repair its aging water system.
But there is hope, as Riggins has emerged as a green destination in recent years.
The Riggins Mountain National Recreation Area, or RMIRA, is a National Park Service designation.
It was created to protect scenic and historic sites from development and recreation and provide recreational opportunities for recreation users and visitors.
The park encompasses roughly 1,400 acres of protected land and is a natural refuge for bird species, waterfowl, deer, mountain lions, grizzly bears, bobcats, and many other wildlife.
The ranger-led ranger-guided tours are the most popular tour type offered by RMIVA.
This year, RMI RA is offering a $500 tour.
RMIDA’s green-tour plan is to take about 40 to 60 people, each paying $500, through the end of March.
Tour companies can offer a variety of options, from the $250 option, to a guided $250 hike through the park, to $1,500 tour, with the option to join a team of two, which includes a guide and a guide dog.
The tour is offered by two companies, RIL Tour and RMI Trail Tours.
RIL Trail Tours has three different tour options, and a $250 and $350 price tag, with a $100 per person option for children under 12.
RILA Tour has four tour options.
The $1.00 price tag will give you a 30-minute tour in one of the park’s four designated green areas, with an additional 30 minutes at the top of the mountain for a more experienced ranger-guide experience.
RLI Tour offers three tour options: $1 for 30 minutes, $1 per person, and $4 per person.
Rila Tour’s Green Tour includes two hours of guided hikes up the Riggins Trail, with some optional side hikes.
There are also optional side trips.
The hikes start with a 20-minute guided hike to the summit, followed by a 40-minute hike to a waterfall on the edge of the summit.
There is also an optional 20- to 45-minute backpacking trip on the RILA Trail.
RIFLE TRAIL TRAIL is a full-day guided tour for adults, with optional side and backpacking trips, and includes a 50-minute guide-dog service, a 20 minute lunch, a 10-minute breakfast, and an optional 10- to 15-minute sunset walk on the trails.
RIGGINS ISLAND TOUR is the only type of green tour that offers tours on the mountain, and is offered on weekends and on a limited basis.
The tours are for adults.
The prices vary depending on the day of the week, with $250 for the day, $150 for the night, and other options.
You can also book the full RMI Tours Green Tour for a group of four adults or four kids, or you can book individual tours.
The guided tours start with an hour-long guided hike on the Green Trail, followed later by a 15- to 20-minutes backpacking hike.
The backpacking is not included.
RIMETOWN TOUR offers a 30 minute guided hike through RIM, which begins at the RMIR Trailhead, with one-minute hikes through the RIM Trail, which follows the RIRR Trail, the RIGI Trail, and another trail, RIMM Trail.
A 30- to 40-minute guided hike is also available on the RV-RIM Tour, with another 20 minutes backpacking.
The RV-RI Tour is offered in a two-person group.
RINES GREEN TOUR is an all-day tour that begins at RMI’s trailhead at the trailhead, and will be guided to the trailheads at RIMP and RIRP, with other side trips for kids and adults.
There will be no backpacking in this tour, but the trail is included.
The trip includes a 15 to 20 minute backpacking