One Canoe Remained in Idaho
by Norman Steadman
When the Expedition left Camp Chopunnish on June 10, 1806, they left a canoe with the Nez Perce Indians. It was the only canoe they left in Idaho . . .
Lolo Work Week
The Lolo Trail, that historic travel route over the Bitterroot Mountains between Missoula Montana and Lewiston, Idaho and traveled by Lewis and Clark and many others needs help. Spend a full week helping maintain the trail, interpretive signs, camp sites, viewing the scenery and learning a bit of history.
L&C in Idaho
Learn about key Lewis and Clark sites in Idaho. Zoom in to view their route, change maps, pan, or view in Google Earth.