Lolo Trail

Lolo Trail(洛洛)

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Betsy L
3 条分享
2019年9月 • 夫妻情侣
Summer or Fall the drive over Lolo Pass is beautiful. Historical info on Lewis and Clark and Native American trails
Don't miss the visitor center! A lovely 20 minute walk through the forest behind the center.
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蒙大拿怀特菲什15 条分享
2018年9月 • 夫妻情侣
We rode a pair of KTM 690 Enduros across the Lolo Trail, we stayed at the Lochsa Lodge the night before and rode the entire trail into Kooskia for a stay at the Reflections Inn to relax after the long ride. I was definitely tired after a full day of riding and I would love to take 2 or 3 days to camp along the way and do some more exploring! The views were incredible, just indescribably BIG country! Stop at the devils chair and climb the rock, it was worth the view and the chair is kind of cool. The road was smooth in some section, a few water wash outs and rocky sections. Overall is was not too rough and there was just one section really that was pretty creek bed like... but we did not have much trouble. We only saw 1 vehicle on the trail which was so nice to enjoy the peaceful trail all to ourselves!! This is a MUST for anyone with a dirt bike or 4x4... those views are AMAZING!
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Larry T
华盛顿Chehalis90 条分享
You can't help but wonder what it was like over 200 years ago to be part of history forging through the forest and mountains. A campsite where a lot of the plans were being constructed for there future trails westtward. Enjoy the campsite and trails nearby and along the way.
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Michael S
Wake Forest, North Carolina130 条分享
2017年9月 • 好友
After spending the night at the wonderful Lochsa Lodge we turned off Hwy 12 and headed up to the Lolo Motorway and our ultimate destination, the old fire tower Castle Butte. Although there is plenty of smooth road and I'm sure you can drive this in a two wheel drive truck I was glad I was driving my purpose built 4 WD F-250. The scenery is beautiful, the road incredible, challenging (in some areas) and unfortunately somewhat smoky from nearby forest fires. Nonetheless I'm so glad we made part of the Lolo Motorway part of our L&C adventure. Unfortunately, time, road conditions, dry, dusty and very rugged and slow going, we weren't able to run the entire length of 80 plus miles, we opted for about 30 miles.
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爱达荷Rathdrum530 条分享
2017年8月 • 夫妻情侣
About 30 miles past Lolo Hot Springs you will find Warm Springs Creek trail. There is a nice parking area with a nice bridge to cross the Locksa river. The trail is #49 and is worth the mile walk to a few hot springs. Jerry Johnson is the name - it's worth the trek.
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佛罗里达圣彼得海滩1,107 条分享
2017年5月 • 夫妻情侣
We set out to explore the Bitterroot area and wound up driving SR 12 through the Lolo Pass alongside the Lochsa River for hours. Idaho should be commended for providing and maintaining the many trail heads along this road, including several bridges that cross over the Lochsa.

The river is stunning. We have rafted and fished and seen many fantastic rivers such as the Arkansas, Salmon, Colorado,
Ocoee, and Nanatahalla - and this one is as fine or likely better. Man, we wished we had time to raft this joker. Very fast. Very breathtaking scenery.
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肯塔基Madisonville24 条分享
2016年5月 • 夫妻情侣
Those who love the history of Lewis and Clark will love this exhibit. It is quick & easy to go through and easy to find. There is a nice hands on display which children and adults (those I was with) also can enjoy.
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阿拉斯加Trapper Creek82 条分享
2015年7月 • 好友
Took to LOLO Trail so I could finish a scavenger hunt I was on. I had to stop and read all the signs and fill in the hunts words and phrases. It was the most fun snd enjoyable ride I was on. It took a few hours then I stopped at a restaurant on top of the pass to eat. Don't buy gas unless you really need it. It's very expensive. Great veiw. Lots of elk on the road so be careful driving. Lots to see and think a out the early years of our history. You will enjoy this beautiful ride.
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Jane S
亚利桑那Oro Valley182 条分享
2015年6月 • 夫妻情侣
A 4-wheel drive vehicle is necessary to travel this Lewis and Clark "highway". The views are spectacular and the terrain is the same as was experienced by Lewis and Clark's "Corp of Discovery" over 200 years ago.
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华盛顿斯波坎146 条分享
2015年8月 • 夫妻情侣
Spending the long winter months looking over maps and trying to come up with places that we could ride our Polaris RZR and camp with our RV, I came up with Lolo Pass area (Hwy12) Montana, we settled on Lee Creek Campground and found it to be a beautiful gem and very accessible to logging roads that we could take the Rzr on. This was our staging out of point for a week and we ended up riding over 275 miles and seeing some of the nations finest scenery. Highly recommend Fishcreek road heading north and stop in at the Hole In The Wall Resort, it's a beauty and you won't be disappointed and tryout their restaurant.
Also take Graves Creek road towards the north and stop in at the Lumberjacks tavern for beer and burger and their world famous Fried greenbeans they are the best, as you pass the tavern going towards Alberton keep a sharp eye out for bighorn sheep as we saw 60 ewes and small Rams and they were standing in the road, what a site.
The last logging road highly recommend is 373 behind the Lolo Visitor Center at the top of the pass. It's about 45 miles long and brings you back on Hwy12 pretty close to the town of Lolo. This road has great views and lots of wildlife and not to heavily traveled. A point of interest is Lily Lake, beautiful little high plateau lake.
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