Salmon River Motel

104 Courthouse Drive, Salmon, Idaho, 83467, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 104 Courthouse Drive, Salmon, is near Meriwether Lewis' August 12, 1805 Campsite.
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Travel Blogs from Salmon

Oh Montana

A travel blog entry by ketasissi on Oct 26, 2013

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... parts of it to GŁnter:
August 12, 1805, an advance party of the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed Lemhi Pass into present-day Idaho, the homeland of Sacajawea. Sacajawea's people, the Lemhi Shoshone tribe, provided vital assistance to the Corps of Discovery as they crossed over Lost Trail Pass into today’s Montana. Facing the formidable Bitterroot Mountains of north-central Idaho, the expedition was rescued from starvation and befriended by the Nez Perce tribe.
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Follow Salmon River all the way

A travel blog entry by bransi on Oct 15, 2013

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Went through Clayton,Sunbeam,Challis. U.S.93 and Hwy 75
Drove the whole day along the beautiful Salmon River.Picnic.. our back door and patio tonight is right on the river. The owner fixed a homestyle dinner for us and three other hunters from Missouri. Our neighbor ,Roger, is a retired ranger staying here with his wife, for a month of river fishing on his ...

Salmon. The end of a perfect day

A travel blog entry by geoffandpenny on Jun 22, 2013

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... the hills one minute jagged, steep, soaring the next distant and rolling, and desert and pasture and trees and river. And all the while the road and the ride were sweeping and relaxing with big curves and climbs and descents, ever changing panoramas and constantly beside crystal clear rivers. Despite the intercom, long periods of no talking, no need or desire. We took photos, but they will never do this justice, helmet cam might but it would be a long show! Perhaps one of ...

A Small Treasure

A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Aug 29, 2012

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... Lake Campground. It was of course off the beaten path, and up a dirt hill road. And the best part, it was right on a lake. Score!

We pulled into the campground, and were blown away at how nice it was. It was a little secret tucked away. We decided on campsite number 12, which was on the lake side. We set up camp, and then Gabe headed straight to the water. He was on a mission to fish. ...

Day 4: Main Salmon - Hancock to Groundhog

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 14, 2011

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... a large wave train running down the center of the rapid but there is a large hole hidden among the waves that usually flips the oar rigs! That's not good news for tiny kayakers! I decided I was running center with a bit of right hand angle to stay away from that hole in the middle.

I'm not sure how exactly it happened but since there were alot of swims and failed rolls among the guest kayakers and I was the only one who managed to ...