Lochsa Lodge

Hwy. 12, 163 miles east of Lewiston, Lewiston, Idaho, United States | Lodge

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The Beginning

A travel blog entry by lineka


... mph average. A few spots of road construction here and there after Lolo pass, but no real delays.

The scenery was breath taking! Mountains, valleys, plateaus, rivers, rock formations of all colors, rain, sunshine, several rainbows, antelope, elk, deer . . . . there was no way I could have done it ...

Hamilton, Montana

A travel blog entry by candyjake13


... Memorial that was there...had been for 3 days. I had never seen it, so in the morning I went thru it...it's modeled afternoon the one in DC. The sadness was overwhelming... It was at the US border that I heard about the Rim Fire. Shocking...and I'm concerned for my several friends who live in the hills at Bucks Meadow. There are several fires in Montana around here, and so the Bitterroot Mountains are not seen ...

Back in Idaho

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo


We got an early start today, not really wanting to leave this gem of a park near Plymouth, Washington. The day started in the high fifties with a clear blue sky.

We set the Hussy (Garmin Novi 465 GPS) for Safeway in Lewiston and took off. The Hussy, for at least two hours, tried to take us west. Fortunately, Lynn, having fully honed her map-reading skills, set us straight. The Hussy raved on. Part of our route took us along the Columbia, but ...

We Done Did It.

A travel blog entry by miketheamerican

... and how. The idea of an upper river trip was abandoned pretty quickly. The lower section had been run a couple of times by everyone already, and it seemed like a pointless risk to run an unknown stretch of river with an unproven crew.
There was a lot of last second wrangling to figure out who was going in what boats, who was actually showing up, and what gear was available. I was really lucky. Since Coco was a no-show, I got to use the Al’s ...

Legendary Lochsa

A travel blog entry by miketheamerican


... standing on the sidelines more often than I would like to be.
I got a good chance to help pretty quickly though, when everyone found out I knew how to drive a truck and back up a trailer. This qualified me to “run shuttle,” which involves driving the empty trailer downstream to the “take out” so that the boats can be hauled back to the campground.
The truck I got was an old diesel Dodge with a manual transmission and a loose front end. It was ...


This lodge is located on Hwy. 12, 163 miles east of Lewiston, Lewiston.
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