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Junction of Highway # 12 (The Northwest Passage Scenic Byway )
City of Lewiston, Idaho. West to Idaho / Washington State Line. Lewiston, Idaho is located at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers at an elevation of 738 feet above sea level. The valley is rather narrow with a range of hills to the North sloping abruptly to about 2,000 feet above the valley floor. The celebrated Lewis and Clark Expedition brought Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to the Clearwater Valley in 1805. Lewis and Clark embarked on a search for a trade route through the Northwest. They followed the Clearwater River from the Bitterroot Mountains to its merger with the Snake River, the site of the present day twin cities of Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston, Washington.
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Junction of Highway # 12 (The Northwest Passage Scenic Byway )
South to Hells Gate State Park. Quiet and grassy campsites along the shores of the Snake River await campers to Hells Gate State Park. There are 93 campsites within 100 yards of the Snake River, offering shade trees and grass. Power and water hookups are available at 64 sites. All sites include picnic tables and barbecue grills. There are modern restrooms with showers and a nearby dump station.
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Junction of Highway # 12 east The Northwest Passage Scenic Byway )
East to Missoula, Boise
1.1
1.7
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
1.2
2.0
View from highway
On August 12, 1805, an advance party of the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed Lemhi Pass into present-day Idaho, the homeland of Sacajawea
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2.1
Roadside highway turnout - photo from turnout
East side of highway
3.6
5.8
Roadside emergency highway turnout

4.0
6.5
Roadside highway with viewpoint

5.0
8.0
Roadside highway turnout with view point area
East side of highway
5.7
9.2
Roadside highway turnout with viewpoint - photo from viewpoint
Looking south at city of Lewiston, Idaho
5.7
9.2
Roadside highway turnout with viewpoint - photo from viewpoint
Looking east
5.7
9.2
Roadside highway turnout with viewpoint - photo from viewpoint
Looking north
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9.6
Junction of highway # 195
North to cities of Pullman, Washington. Spokane, Washington.
6.2
9.9
Truck Weigh Scale
East side of highway
8.0
12.8
Access to highway # 195
West side of highway
8.3
13.4
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, gravel turnout
11.7
18.8
View from highway
Driving north
14.9
24.0
Roadside highway turnout - Snow Plow Turnabout
Both sides of highway
15.2
24.4
Point of Interest
Latah County, Idaho south county line.
15.6
25.1
Community of Genesee, Idaho

15.9
25.6
Roadside highway turnout - Snow plow turnabout
Both sides of highway
17.3
27.8
Roadside highway turnout - Snow plow turnabout
Both sides of highway
21.3
34.2
View from highway
Driving north
22.3
35.9
Roadside highway turnout - Snow plow turnabout
Paved
24.4
39.3
View from highway
Driving north
28.4
45.7
Access to R V Park

29.3
47.2
Services at highway

29.5
47.4
City of Moscow, Idaho - Photo - Moscow welcome highway sign
Moscow, Idaho is located in northern Idaho, nestled between Moscow mountain and the beautiful undulating hills of the Palouse, Population 21,291 Oct / 03 Elevation 2,583 ft. Points of Interest in Moscow; Moscow Hotel, Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, Moscow Carnegie Library, Nu Art Theater, Skattaboe Block, Appaloosa Horse Museum, McConnell Mansion Museum, University of Idaho. Local Festivals; Latah County Fair, Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, Moscow Mardi Gras, Moscow Renaissance Fair, Rendezvous In the Park.
31.0
49.9
Junction of Highway # 8 ( Sweet Ave )
East to communities of Troy, Idaho, Deary, Idaho. East to Little Boulder Creek Clearwater National Forest campground 16 campsites. Elevation is 5,756 ft.
35.3
56.8
Snowplow Turnabout
Both sides of highway
35.9
57.8
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
38.8
62.4
Point of Interest
Four Mile Creek
39.0
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Community of Viola, Idaho
East of highway.
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Junction of highway # 66

43.6
70.1
Snowplow Turnabout
Both sides of highway
46.3
74.5
Point of Interest
Crossing Palouse Creek
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74.8
Junction of Highway # 6
East to communities of Onaway, Idaho, Princeton, Idaho, Harward. East access to St. Joe National Forest recreation area.
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76.8
Community of Potlatch, Idaho
East of highway. Elevation 2,600 ft.
56.7
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Idaho State Rest Area - Roadside turnout
West side of highway, picnic tables, toilets
56.7
91.3
Access to Mary Minerva McCroskey State Park
This park, comprised of 5,300 acres, was presented to the state of Idaho in 1955. It is a memorial to pioneer women and the adversities they suffered. The Palouse prairie, with its constantly changing patchwork of agricultural valleys surrounded by wooded foothills, can be seen from this ridgeline park. No developed camping. Large motor homes and trailers would have a difficult time on the road, see link, below
57.3
92.2
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, large paved turnout
57.9
93.1
Coeur d' Alene Indian Reservation
South boundary
57.9
93.2
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, small turnout
58.8
94.7
Snowplow Turnabout
Both sides of highway, paved
61.8
99.5
Community of Sanders, Idaho
East of highway
65.1
104.8
Point of Interest
Crossing Sheep Creek
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108.5
Access to Mary Minerva McCroskey State Park
West of highway
67.5
108.7
Roadside highway turnout with historical marker
West side of highway
68.5
110.3
Junction of highway # 27
Community of Tensed, Idaho services at highway.
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Junction of Highway # 60
West of highway
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131.0
Community of Plummer, Idaho
Pop. 990 sept / 03. Elevation 2,140
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Junction of highway # 5
East to community of St. Maries. East to Heyburn State Park, 5 miles. The Coeur d' Alene Indians were the first inhabitants of the area now known as Heyburn State Park. The park has 132 sites in three campgrounds: Chatcolet, Hawleys Landing and Benewah. Sites range from full hookup to primitive camping.
82.5
132.7
Services at highway

84.9
136.6
Point of Interest
Kootenai County, south county line.
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137.2
Point of Interest
Crossing Rock Creek
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Community of Worley, Idaho
Pop. 223 Sept / 03
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145.2
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, paved turnout
92.1
148.2
Services at highway

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149.5
Junction of highway # 58
West to Spokane, Washington.
93.3
150.2
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, small turnout
95.9
154.4
Community of Setters, Idaho

96.8
155.8
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, paved turnout
97.6
157.0
Point of Interest
Crossing Lake Creek
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158.7
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, paved turnout
99.4
160.0
Access to Coeur d' Alene - Rockford Bay
East side of highway
102.0
164.1
Point of Interest
Crossing Fighting Creek
102.2
164.5
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, large turnout
107.9
173.6
Point of Interest
Crossing Mica Creek
107.9
173.7
Access to Mica Bay - Coeur d' Alene Lake, Idaho
East side of highgway
113.5
182.6
Access to Lodging

115.6
186.0
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
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186.2
City of Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
Pop. 50,000 Sept / 03, elevation 2,152 ft. Coeur d'Alene offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities. Coeur d'Alene and surrounding areas, outdoor atractions: North Idaho Centennial Trail, Bobby D's Custom Tour and Charters, Route of the Hiawatha, Cougar Bay Preserve, Kayak Coeur d'Alene, Tubbs Hill,Lake Pend Oreille Cruises, Rider Ranch, Mineral Ridge, River Odysseys West (ROW), Inc., Silver Mountain Resort, Silverwood Theme Park, Western Waters and Woods, Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, Wild Waters Waterslide Park, Wiley E. Waters.
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186.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Spokane River
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187.2
N. W. Blvd.
Access to city centre
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187.6
Junction of Interstate Hwy. #90
West to city of Spokane, Washington. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide, for continuance of highway #95 north see Milebymile.com link below for highway travel guide Coeur d' Alene to Canada / United States Border - e