Hiking in Orofino, Idaho
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Hiking In National ForestsHiking In State ParksLong Trails (9+ miles)
Hiking In National Forests

Clearwater National Forest
The Clearwater National Forest is nestled on the west side of the Bitterroot Mountains in north central Idaho. Recreational activities within the forest include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, hunting, and wildlife viewing.
Hiking is allowedHorses are allowedMountain bikes are allowedWildlife viewingRV campingTent campingFishingPicnic tableToiletsPets must be kept on leash

Nez Perce National Forest
Nez Perce National Forest consists of 2.2 million acres of diverse land located in the heart of north central Idaho. Recreation in the Nez Perce National Forest includes, camping in over 50 primitive and developed campgrounds, hiking the many miles of trails within the forest, fishing and playing in the beautiful streams, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs.
Hiking is allowedFishingToiletsFees are charged

Wallowa-Whitman National Forest
The Wallowa -Whitman National Forest contains 2.3 million acres located in the northeast corner of Oregon. The Forest crosses into Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area located in Idaho. Recreational opportunities within the Forest include fishing, camping, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, boating, and much more.
Hiking is allowedHorses are allowedFishingMountain bikes are allowedATV are allowed
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Hiking In State Parks

Winchester Lake State Park
This park surrounds a 103-acre lake. Year-round recreation and activities are available at Winchester Lake State Park. Different collections of wild life and vegetation are protected by the park.
Hiking is allowedFishingMountain bikes are allowedWildlife viewingRV holding tank dump stationHandicapped AccessShowersFees are chargedToilets
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Long Trails (9+ miles)

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
In 1803 President Thomas Jefferson commissioned Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to explore the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase. The voyage of was made up of 45 men, a keelboat, two pirogues, and a dog. At 3,700 miles in length, Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail is the second longest of the 23 National Scenic & National Historic Trails in the United States and it crosses 11 states.
Hiking is allowedHorses are allowedMountain bikes are allowed

Weitas Creek Trail
This 29 mile trail is an easy to moderate hike.
Hiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedATV are allowed
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