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Lolo Trail

Ralph S. Space

Lolo Trail

a history of events connected with the Lolo Trail since Lewis and Clark

by Ralph S. Space

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Published by Printcraft Printing in Lewiston, Idaho .
Written in English

  • Bird-Truax Trail (Idaho and Mont.) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by Ralph S. Space.
    ContributionsSpace, Ralph S., signer., Printcraft Printing,, Pacific Northwest History Collection.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination65 p. :
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16511982M

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Lolo Trail by Ralph S. Space Download PDF EPUB FB2

In his introduction to THE LOLO TRAIL, Bud Moore write, "Kansas-born Ralph Space moved, at age one, with the family to Idaho in and grew up on a ranch located between Weippe and Pierce.

At eighteen, he began work for the U.S. Forest Service and /5(2). THE LOLO TRAIL: A HISTORY AND GUIDE TO THE TRAIL OF LEWIS AND CLARK by Ralph S. Space (second edition) has a preface by Stephen Ambrose, in which he calls the author "the expert on the Lolo Trail/5.

Forty Years a Forester, Koch's entertaining and illuminating memoir, is published here in its entirety for the first time, along with the author's controversial essay "The Passing of the Lolo Trail," an impassioned plea to embrace the principles of forest conservation/5(5).

About 30 miles past Lolo Hot Springs you will find Warm Springs Creek trail. There is a nice parking area with a nice bridge to cross the Locksa river. The trail is #49 and is worth the mile walk to a few hot springs. Jerry Johnson is the name - it's worth the trek.5/5(17).

The eastern part of the Lolo Trail book is in Lolo Lolo Trail book Forest, Idaho-Mont., and the middle and western parts in Clearwater National Forest, Idaho.

What is called the Lolo Trail today is a steep, dirt fire-access road, constructed by the U.S. Forest Service in the 's that generally follows a large portion of the historic trail. In Ralph Space's book, "The Lolo Trail," considered by local history buffs to be the bible regarding matters of the trail, Lawrence Rence was called "Lolo" for pragmatic reasons.

The Lolo Trail is a high mountainous ridgeline trail that allows you to see where the expedition came from and brings to light the decisions they faced. You will have the opportunity to explore Lewis Clark camps rarely visited in the last years like Mile, Sinque Hole, Lonesome Cove and many more.

Lolo Pass, elevation 5, feet (1, m), is a mountain pass in the western United States, in the Bitterroot Range of the northern Rocky is on the border between the states of Montana and Idaho, approximately 40 miles (65 km) west-southwest of Missoula, Montana. The pass is the highest point of the historic Lolo Trail, between the Bitterroot Valley in Montana Location: Idaho Co., Idaho, &, Missoula.

High Lolo, MT - Lolo Hot Springs - 20% DISCOUNT on a trail ride if you are staying at one of our lodges. Trail rides. Horseback ride. Welcome to the Historic Trails Research Lolo Trail Website. Lolo Trail Nationa Historic Landmark A Brief History.

AroundCaptain John Mullan officially identified the creek and trail as “Lou Lou” on a railroad and survey map. By the name was shortened to “Lolo” and is currently the name of a national forest, town, creek, mountain pass, mountain peak, historic trail and our little piece of the “Last Best Place" in west central Montana.

book by Ralph Space, The Lolo Trail, and came to realize that there were at least two intertw ined trails across these mountains: one followed by Author: Steve F.

Russell. The route over the Bitterroot Mountains, known today as the Lolo Trail, was used by the Nez Perce long before Euro-Americans came on the scene.

Extending from Weippe Prairie to Lolo Pass along the Idaho-Montana border, it was the primary route over the Bitterroot Mountains into western Montana and the northern Great Plains. About 30 miles past Lolo Hot Springs you will find Warm Springs Creek trail.

There is a nice parking area with a nice bridge to cross the Locksa river. The trail is #49 and is worth the mile walk to a few hot springs.5/5(17). km from Lolo Trail Situated in Arlee, this vacation home is 7 mi ( km) from Garden of One Thousand Buddhas and within 20 mi (32 km) of Smokejumpers Center and St.

Ignatius Mission. Wye West Casino and Lounge and Big Sky Brewing Co. are also within 25 mi (40 km). ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Other Titles: History and a guide to the trail of Lewis and Clark.

Late Septemberthree adventurous easterners, a guide, and their camp cook followed Idaho's Lolo Trail into the Bitterroot Mountains in pursuit of big game. Leaving the high country, the men made camp on the banks of the /5.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Lolo Trail: A History and a Guide to the Trail of Lewis and Clark by Ralph S. Space (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).

Learn more about Lolo Hot Springs and its history. Slow season SPECIALS. Hot springs. Snowmobile. Visit W. Highway 12 or call   The Lolo Trail is no more.

The bulldozer blade has ripped out the hoof tracks of Chief Joseph’s ponies. The trail was worn deep by centuries of Nezperce and Blackfeet Indians, by Lewis and Clark, by companies of Northwest Company fur traders, by General Howard’s cavalry horses, by Captain Mullan, the engineer, and by the early-day forest Cited by: 1.

Welcome to Historic Lolo Trail Crossing through Idaho: Field Notes. Detailed Driving Map (PDF) >> The Expedition followed the Lolo Trail, a historic Indian trade and hunting route across the Bitterroot Mountains to the Clearwater River, September 12.

OCLC Number: Description: 65 pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Contents: Khusahnah Ishkit, the old Indian trail --Lolo, how the name originated --Lewis and Clark, the expedition's crossings west and east --The Lewis and Clark Grove, how it was established --John Work, the Hudson's Bay party --Captain John Mullan, looking for a road location --Wellington Bird and.

LEWIS AND CLARK LOLO TRAIL BIKE TRIP| IDAHO On Septem Lewis and Clark reached the Bitterroot Mountains west of Lolo Pass on the border of what is now Montana and Idaho. Up until this time, most of their journey had been on the Missouri River and they were anxious to get through the [ ].

Lolo Trail Bike Tours 3-Day. Book Now Custom Tours available July – September – call for your preferred date!. $ Lolo Trail, Lolo: See 17 reviews, articles, and 27 photos of Lolo Trail, ranked No.5 on Tripadvisor among 11 attractions in Lolo.5/5(17).

Explore the best trails in Lolo, Montana on TrailLink. With more than 18 Lolo trails covering 85 miles, you’re bound to find a perfect trail like the Milwaukee Trail or Mullan Road Trail.

View detailed trail descriptions, trail maps, reviews, photos, trail /5(19). The Lewis and Clark Expedition began inwhen President Thomas Jefferson tasked Meriwether Lewis with exploring lands west of the Mississippi River that comprised the Louisiana Purchase.

The. Bitterroot Crossing: Lewis & Clark across the Lolo Trail, by Gene and Mollie Eastman. Maps and discussion about determining the Corps route and camps along the Lolo Trail. Volume is available from book retailers and Volume 2 is available directly from the authors.

This is an article by Earl W. Loveridge, written in response to Elers Koch’s article “The Passing of the Lolo Trail”. Koch’s article is also reprinted in this file, but its contents have already been documented elsewhere (the article is available in the book Forty Years a Forester, which I took notes on last summer).

Hidalgo Trail Rides, Lolo: Address, Phone Number, Hidalgo Trail Rides Reviews: 5/55/5(5). Lolo Trail The Lolo Trail, September 11–22, Journals 5 University of Nebraska Press. Permission to reproduce image required.

The Lolo Trail's eastern end, as far as Wendover Creek, appears to be older than the western part, as Ralph Space observes in his book The Lolo Trail The Salish Indians—who called Lolo Creek "tum-sum-kee" or no salmon creek—traveled the Lolo Trail over the divide to the Kooskooske or Lochsa River to fish for salmon.

The Lolo Trail is an ancient Indian route that follows the ridgetops parallel and to the north of Highway This trail provided access to buffalo on the eastern plains for those on the Columbia Plateau, and led people living east of the mountains to salmon-rich waters in the west.

The Trail Treads and National Historic Trails within the Lolo. Chapter 28 The Lolo Trail June 10 - July 2, Summary and Analysis. The party proceeds into the mountains and encounters snow so deep there is no forage for the horses and the trail cannot be located.

After a brief discussion, they turn back. Several days later, they acquire Indian guides who lead them quickly and surely through the mountains. While Lolo Pass is located in Montana, the Lolo Pass Visitor Center is a half mile away, just across the Idaho border.

During your stop you can check out exhibits on Lewis and Clark and other local history, an interpretive trail, and a gift and book shop. Lolo Trail Hotel & Travel Guide Enjoy some peace and quiet out in the natural world at Lolo Trail.

To find it, head approximately miles ( kilometers) from the state capital, Helena, until you get to Missoula. The IDBDR is the fifth route developed by the Backcountry Discovery Routes organization for dual-sport and adventure motorcycle travel. The IDBDR is a south-to-north route across the state of Idaho covering over 1, miles of mostly non-paved track.

E lers Koch (–) was recognized during his lifetime as the first, most qualified and most reliable authority on the history of the Lolo Trail.

(While he was supervisor of the Clearwater National Forest he wrote the first interpretive signs for it, and erected them all himself.) Koch respected the Wheeler-Woody-Palladino-D'Aste-Mcdonald-etc. account of the name's.

The goal of our adventure was to do some riding at the same time as the Discovery Expedition of St. Charles over the Lolo Trail. Some men rode and a some walked the route starting at Lolo Hot Springs on the 12th of September.

We all were excited to ride some of the historic trail. Early in his freshly minted biography of A.B. Hammond, Greg Gordon tells a story that circulated among San Francisco lumbermen after the year-old timber baron died in.

Adventure 02 – Lolo Trail, Idaho pt. 2 By jpodbuild Leave a Comment Categories: Adventures, Galley, General, Overland Travel and Teardrop Adventure 02 – Lolo Trail, Idaho pt.

3 «The jPod Build & Adventure Blog - [ ] Carl, and our family. If you haven’t read about the trail & our first two days on it, visit.This is the Lolo Trail, and it runs for about a hundred miles from Lolo, Montana, near Missoula, to Weippe, Idaho, about two thirds of the way across the : Cullen Murphy.

In the February issue of the Journal of Forestry, Elers Koch, in his then-heretical-now-classic essay The Passing of the Lolo Trail challenged US Forest Service fire suppression doctrine in the backcountry of the Selway and Clearwater drainages in central Idaho.

Dismayed by construction of fire protection roads through the wilderness and disillusioned Cited by: 1.