Mount Borah (05/26/2001) This is the highest peak in Idaho
Steelhead Fishermen (10/24/2001) Fishing for steelhead, these fishermen brave the cold autumn waters of the Salmon River, north of Salmon Idaho.
Fall River (10/24/2001) A mix of dissiduous and evergreen trees along the bank of the Salmon River
Into the Canyon (10/24/2001) About three miles south of North Fork, the Salmon River drops into a gorge. The sun picks up the color of the fall folliage.
Salmon Banks (10/24/2001) The Salmon River winds through layers of volcanic rock. I like how the gentle fall folliage offsets the rugged texture of the rock. This picture is about 15 miles north of Salmon.
Pull Off (10/24/2001) A good spot to pull off U93 and enjoy the river.
A Tricky Spot (12/30/2001) The river carves its way between fallen boulders in a tricky spot on the upper Salmon.
Highway 93 winds its way from Arizona, through Nevada, Idaho and Montana, and finally into Canada. Much of the route is marked as a scenic byway and provides some spectacular views Mount Borah in Idaho and the Mission Mountains in Western Montana.
(5 pictures) Sula is a small town north of the Montana border.
(43 pictures) Stevensville, Montana is about 2 miles west of the new highway 93. Travelers looking for a quiet getaway should take the trip through the Saint Mary's Mission and Historic Fort Owens in Stevensville.