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United States Highway #2
United States Highway #2 at stateline of Washington/Idaho starts Panhandle Historic Rivers Passage Scenic Byway its journey through the river route that explorer David Thompson first canoed in 1809 in search of a passage to the Columbia River, and scenic beauty and history along the Pend Oreille (pond-er-ay) River are abundant to enjoy while driving this byway. Pend Oreille River can be accessed from four recreation areas which provide opportunities for swimming and boating along spaious, gently-flowing waters. Some of the winter recreational activities are ice fishing, snow sports on state and federal lands, and downhill skiing at Schweitzer. Three Museums along the byway exhibiting the history of the region.
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Diamond Lumber Road
Diamond Lumber Road, Oldtown, Idaho, is a city located on the eastern bank of the Pend Oreille River.
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Access
Access to Albeni Falls Dam, on the Pend Oreille River situated between Oldtown, Idaho and Priest River, Idaho. The dam is on the site where Albeni Falls, a natural waterfall, is located.
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Junction
Junction State Highway #57, to Priest River Municipal Airport, located in Priest River, Idaho
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Old Priest River Road
Old Priest River Road, This Road runs crosses the Pend Oreille River over a bridge here at Priest River, Idaho, a city in Bonner County, Idaho.
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Bridge
A bridge that carries State Highway #2/Panhandle Historic Rivers Passage Scenic Byway, across Priest River, in Priest River, Idaho
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15.9
Ferry Road
Ferry Road / Thama shores Road, on the bank of the Pend Oreille River in Idaho
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Goat Trail Road
Goat Trail Road, off to Mountain north of Pend Oreille River, Idaho
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Laclede Ferry Road
Laclede Ferry Road, Riley Creek Road, Community of Laclede, Idaho,
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Thistle Down Lane
Thistle Down Lane, a Loop drive along the Pend Oreille River
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Snug Harbor
Snug Harbor, A harbor located on the northern bank of the Pend Oreille River, Idaho
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Mill Road
Mill Road / A Viewpoint of Dover Bay Marina on the Pend Oreille River, at Dover, Idaho, a city in Bonner County, Idaho located on the northern bank of the Pend Oreille River, Idaho near Sandpoint, Idaho
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Junction
Junction United States Highway #95, Sandpoint, Idaho, is a city in Bonner County, Idaho. Sandpoint's major industry is tourism and recreation, thanks to its proximity to scenic Lake Pend Oreille and Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort. It is the headquarters of Coldwater Creek, a women's apparel retailer, and the venue for the largest film festival in the Inland Northwest, the Schweitzer Lakedance International Film Festival. Sandpoint is on the International Selkirk Loop and two National Scenic Byways (Wild Horse Trail and Pend Oreille Scenic Byway).
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Bridge Street
Bridge Street, to City sandy Beach and Sandpoint Marina on Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho
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Sandpoint, Idaho
Sandpoint, Idaho, a city in Bonner County, Idaho located on the bank shores of the scenic Pend Oreille River Lake in Idaho. This is where Panhandle Historic Rivers Passage Scenic Byway ends.