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  • Visit North Central Idaho

    Old Sampson Trail

    Palouse Region and Potlatch & Harvard

    This ATV trail was once used as a wagon trail in the late 1800s. Cruise through the 4.5 miles of this historic trail all year. It is open to non-motorized traffic, as well, so watchout for hikers.

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    Palouse Area

    Palouse Region

    You can cross-country ski, snowshoe, and snowmobile on the Palouse Ranger District of the Clearwater National Forest. Cross-country Nordic ski trails range from easy to more difficult at the two ski...

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    River Quest Excursions

    Lewiston / Clarkston

    Jet boat tours and fishing trips in Hells Canyon.

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    Salmon River Experience

    Riggins

    Guided rafting trips on the Salmon River.

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    Selway-Bitterroot Wildernress

    Clearwater Corridor

    Approximately 870,000 acres within the 1.3 million acre Selway River Subbasin. 560,000 acres are within the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness; 275,000 acres are inventoried roadless; and approximately...

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    Wild At Art

    Palouse Region, Moscow, Lewiston / Clarkston, and Lewis-Clark Valley

    Spend your time with the kids creating one-of-a-kind ceramic pieces. If you are looking for a great way to spend your time in the beautiful downtown Moscow or Lewiston area, come in, pick your piece,...

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    Winchester Lake Nordic Ski Trail

    Camas Prairie and Winchester

    The Lake Shore trail offers beautiful views of the forested park and shimmering lake at Winchester Lake State Park. The 2.5 mile trail runs through flat and rolling terrain excellent for beginner and...

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    WSU Bear Center

    Palouse Region and Pullman

    Washington State University began a bear program in 1986 in response to the threatened status of many bear populations. The facility includes a 2-acre exercise yard and six indoor-outdoor pens....

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