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Lochsa Wild and Scenic River

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Nationally designated as a Wild and Scenic River, the Lochsa begins high in the Bitterroots on Lolo Pass and flows 65 miles southwest, partly through a 4000-ft-deep canyon in rugged, forested mountains, to join the Selway River at Lowell. This river roughly parallels the Lolo Trail, the historic route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

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