The Lochsa River along U.S. Highway 12. Winter brings calm to the powerful currents of the Lochsa, which winds its way from Montana to the green vistas of North Central Idaho. Travelers who wander the banks will be in the company of mossy rocks, thick forest canyons and water so clear you can see the outline of every rock.
The Lochsa River along U.S. Highway 12. Winter brings calm to the powerful currents of the Lochsa, which winds its way from Montana to the green vistas of North Central Idaho. Travelers who wander the banks will be in the company of mossy rocks, thick forest canyons and water so clear you can see the outline of every rock. Shawn Raecke / Idaho Statesman
The Lochsa River along U.S. Highway 12. Winter brings calm to the powerful currents of the Lochsa, which winds its way from Montana to the green vistas of North Central Idaho. Travelers who wander the banks will be in the company of mossy rocks, thick forest canyons and water so clear you can see the outline of every rock. Shawn Raecke / Idaho Statesman

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