Salmon, Idaho

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Salmon River InnSalmon River Inn (02/05/2001) A night spot and the local coffee shop.

The RiverThe River (02/05/2001) The Lord of the Rings was playing at the River when I sauntered through town.

Arfmann sArfmann s (02/05/2001) Salmon Mainstreet (02/02/2001) A pc stacked in the corner.

Behind SalmonBehind Salmon (02/02/2001) West, toward the Salmon River Mountains.

Salmon Mountain FoothillsSalmon Mountain Foothills (02/02/2001) These are the foothills to the west of town. You have about 200 mile walk through the wilderness before you would pop out the other side in Riggins.

Syringa LodgeSyringa Lodge (02/02/2001) A test to see if the quaintness of a log cabin can translate into a four story building on a barren hillside.

Syringa LodgeSyringa Lodge (02/02/2001)

ToyotaToyota (02/02/2001) Wayne's Toyota truck with the mountains behind Salmon.

Beaver Head PanoramaBeaver Head Panorama (02/02/2001) A panorama of the Beaver Head over looking Salmon

Three SistersThree Sisters (02/02/2001) Another look at the Beaverhead

Signs of things to comeSigns of things to come (02/02/2001) A sign factory.

Salmon MountainsSalmon Mountains (02/02/2001) The Salmon Mountains. There are about 200 miles of mountains like this to the west of Salmon before you pop out in Riggins on the other side of Idaho.

BeaverheadBeaverhead (02/02/2001)

County CourthouseCounty Courthouse (01/31/2002) The Lemhi County courthouse...lighted at night.

Beaverhead PanoramaBeaverhead Panorama (02/02/2001)

Fort BonnevilleFort Bonneville (04/25/2002) In 1832, Captain L.E. Bonneville had established a fort near Salmon.

1866 Gold Discovery1866 Gold Discovery (04/25/2002) Gold discovery at Leesburg in 1866 by Elijah Mulkey 16 miles west of Slamon.

CarmenCarmen (04/25/2002) looking at the Lemhi mountains from U93.

All Children s ParkAll Children s Park (04/25/2002) Quite a bit of effort has gone into building the All Children's park on the Bar Hill.

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Salmon, Idaho

Salmon, Idaho is the county seat of Lemhi County. The region is reknown as the birth place of Sacajawea and played an important role in the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Salmon, Idaho is on the Salmon River basin in central Idaho. It is nestled between the Lemhi, Bitterroot and Salmon Mountains. It is one of the most remote areas in the continental US. The main industries in the region are: ranching, mining and tourism.


Context: Towns-Idaho

Salmon River (137 pictures) Salmon Idaho is on the confluence of the Salmon and Lemhi rivers.

Salmon River Bridge (37 pictures) Island park, on Salmon River is a great place to walk the dog, or rest under the shade of the Salmon Bridge.

Highway 93 (207 pictures) Highway 93 runs through Salmon where it intersects Highway 28.

Idaho State (5 pictures) Salmon is in Idaho

Chuches of Salmon Idaho (10 pictures) Salmon has an interesting collection of quaint churches.

State Highway 28 (38 pictures) Highway 28 is the quickest way to Idaho Falls, and all places south or east of Salmon.

North Fork, Idaho (15 pictures) North Fork Idaho is on US93, north of Salmon.

Carmen, Idaho (12 pictures) Carmen, Idaho is just north of Salmon.


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