Moon Pass, Idaho
Explore the rugged area of the Northern Bitterroot mountains connecting the historic towns of Wallace and Avery known as Moon Pass.
Saturday, June 20th, 2020
Moon Pass is a 30 mile long dirt road that traverses the rugged and mountainous backcountry between two historic towns in the Idaho Panhandle. Equally rich in history and beauty, this pass runs right through the heart of where the 1910 fire once raged and follows the path of the old Milwaukee Railroad through several historic railroad tunnels. Beyond the history you will find expansive vistas overlooking the Bitterroot Mountains and the glacial blue water of the North Fork of the St, Joe River.
Take your photography to the next level
This workshop is your chance to capture stunning images that you can be truly proud of while getting one-on-one instruction and guidance from professional outdoor photographer Chris Celentano. Explore some of the most remote country in North Idaho while also learning how to take your images to the next level. Not only will we be covering landscape and nature photography, we will also be covering Outdoor Adventure photography. This is your chance to learn how to make your audience feel like they are apart of the action through your photos. Learn to capture awe inspiring fly fishing images and action packed whitewater kayaking photos through class IV boulder gardens and glacial blue water. Oh and it wouldn't be an adventure out in the Idaho backcountry without a couple of stunning waterfalls!
The Nitty Gritty
Where, When, How
Skill Level- Beginner, Novice, Semi-pro
Physical Fitness- Moderate- Some light hiking and inclines
Duration- Roughly 12 hours
When- Meet at the Big5 parking lot at 8:00AM, Saturday June 20th in Coeur d'Alene to arrange carpool.
What To Bring- Your DSLR or mirrorless camera, a tripod, CPL and ND filters(if you have them), water, lunch and snacks, and an eagerness to learn! If you have a set of waders, bring them as well!
Investment: $85.00 Per Person- Only 10 Spaces Available