Idaho Sportsman Lodge
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... Kamiah City Park where there is some historical markers and a description of what Lewis called Long Camp. The camp was located about 1 mile downstream from Kamiah and the site is now a lumber mill. LC spent some time here on their eastbound trip waiting for the snow to melt so they could head back across the Bitteroot mountains. The weather is great again and is actually got a bit hot in the afternoon. I ...
... deep snow and near starvation for the Corps. They were late in the season getting to the pass (September) and snow fell heavily and at times eliminated the Indian trail even though they had a Shoshone guide.
At the top of the pass there is a visitor center and some nice trails including one which was just added around 2002 when the State of Idaho acquired some land from ...
... on the road to somewhere that definitely would!
It wasn’t a long drive to our next stop, just extremely monotonous. The highway 12, (also known as the Lewis and Clark Trail named after the 2 said explorers) is a twisty pine tree lined road which tracks the snaking Lochsa River the whole way.
For 3.5hrs we turned left, then right, then left, then right (times that by a ...
June 6, 2015 (LC Eastbound dates May 6 to June 10, 1806).
LC went up the Clearwater River in May 1806 but stopped at
Kamiah on May 14th because the Nez Perce said the trail over the
Bitteroots was still deep in snow. Then
ended up staying at what they called Long Camp until June 10th when
they started the climb up to Lolo Pass.
While they were there Lewis became concerned about the amount of
... rifle through the wallet (still only one wallet as Kenz's is now on it's way to Missoula since it didn't make it in time to Baker City) and scrounge up just enough and walk out of there as quickly as our tired legs will take us. As we walk our bikes to our campsite, we make friends with Rick and Royanne (R&R), two of the most hospitable people we have met so far. They offer us ice for our knees, beers, REAL popcorn with REAL butter (because you can't drink a cold beer without ...