Idaho’s a hotbed for soaking, skiing

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Idaho’s a hotbed for soaking, skiing

A skier follows the tracks at the Lolo Pass ski area along the Idaho-Montana border. The area offers an extensive system of trails for snow recreation.
The U.S. Forest Service-operated Lolo Pass Visitor Center is a starting point for winter recreation enthusiasts using a network of trails on the Idaho-Montana border.
The log Lochsa Lodge in Powell, Idaho, opened in 2002 to replace a historic lodge destroyed by fire.

Idaho’s a hotbed for soaking, skiing

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A skier follows the tracks at the Lolo Pass ski area along the Idaho-Montana border. The area offers an extensive system of trails for snow recreation.
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The U.S. Forest Service-operated Lolo Pass Visitor Center is a starting point for winter recreation enthusiasts using a network of trails on the Idaho-Montana border.
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The log Lochsa Lodge in Powell, Idaho, opened in 2002 to replace a historic lodge destroyed by fire.
If You Go

LOLO PASS RECREATION AREA: www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/VisitorInfo/winter–rec/winter–rec.htm.
LOCHSA LODGE: www.lochsalodge.com/ or (208) 942-3405. Located in Powell, Idaho, in the Clearwater National Forest. Open year-round. Lodging, food service, groceries, gasoline. Accommodations include cabins and lodge rooms. Rooms that sleep four, $85.
GETTING THERE: The nearest airport is in Missoula, served by Delta Air Lines, Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air, United Express and Allegiant Airlines.

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