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Lewis and Clark camped near the location of the present day Lochsa Lodge.  2003-2006 marked the Bicentennial of their historic journey.  Before Lewis and Clark, the Nez Perce Indians used the trail to travel to the buffalo hunting grounds in Montana.

A newly cleared stretch of Historic Lewis and Clark Trail passes through the Lochsa Lodge area, opening up a beautiful 8 mile stretch between the Wendover/WhiteHouse and Whitesands Campgrounds along the Lochsa River for you to explore.




The Lochsa Lodge now offers horseback trail riding during the months of July, August and September. 

Enjoy a 1 hour ride for $38 per person or a 2 hour ride (2 person minimum) for $68 per person.  Trail rides begin at 10am and the last ride of the day is at 4pm daily. 



Book your trail ride with the front desk at the Lochsa Lodge today!




There is also great fishing, huckleberry picking, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and sightseeing available right from the Lodge.

The Lewis and Clark Trail and many others in the Clearwater National Forest can easily be accessed.  Contact the Lodge for details.





--Updated on November 07, 2014.

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