Over a mile of Lolo Creek, just downstream from where Lewis and Clark once camped, tumbles through a gorgeously featured canyon of waterfalls and deep pools. Old growth stands of cedar, white pine, and cottonwood provide a rich habitat to elk, bear, and many native animals in this once lightly logged ecosystem. Chinook salmon and steelhead can be seen spawning in the rapids of clear, cold alpine melt-water. A locked gate at the ridge-line secures your privacy over a 3 mile entrance into this wilderness.
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Listing information last updated on November 30th, 2020 at 7:00am MST.