The Boulder-White Clouds are Idaho at it's best - stunning beauty, high alpine ecosystems, clear water and rich wildlife habitat.

For decades, Idahoans have worked to conserve these mountains and strike a balance between protection, access and responsible use.  Today we have an unique opportunity to preserve the natural and historical treasures of the Boulder-White Clouds, honoring this impressive landscape, and leave it whole and healthy for our children and grandchildren by designating the Boulder-White Clouds as a national monument.

Why Protect the Boulder-White Clouds?

  • The Best of Idaho
    The Boulder-White Clouds are one of the last best wild places in North America and one of Idaho’s most treasured and diverse areas. Clean Water and Rich Rivers High in the Boulder-White Clouds are the headwaters of much of Idaho’s clean water. Four of Idaho’s…
  • Fish and Wildlife
    The Boulder-White Clouds have long been a stronghold for Idaho’s world-class native fish and wildlife.  Because of that, the area is beloved by hunters, anglers, and wildlife watchers. Wildlife  The Boulder-White Clouds are a refuge for eight of Idaho’s big-game species, including Rocky Mountain bighorn…
  • Wilderness Values
    Wilderness Values of the Boulder-White Clouds Idaho’s wild Boulder-White Clouds defy the stereotype of “rocks and ice” wildlands.  Within the sprawling complex of nearly 600,000 acres of rugged country is one of the most diverse, yet under-protected, wild landscapes in America.  Here, the natural conditions…