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The Idaho Panhandle National Forests are a jointly administered set of three national forests located in the U.S. state ofIdaho. Approximately 22.4% of the forest (in the Kaniksu portion) extends into the states of Montana (14.1%) and Washington(8.3%). The IPNF were created in 2000 to administer three separate national forests that continue to manage themselves somewhat separately through district offices. The Coeur d'Alene, St. Joe, and Kaniksu National Forests together occupy 3,224,739-acre (5,038.66 sq mi, or 13,050.06 km2[1] in northern Idaho (better known as the Idaho Panhandle). The northernmost portion of the IPNF share a boundary with Canada. Its headquarters are located in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

The Idaho Panhandle National Forests are a jointly administered set of three national forests located in the U.S. state ofIdaho. Approximately 22.4% of the forest (in the Kaniksu portion) extends into the states of Montana (14.1%) and Washington(8.3%). The IPNF were created in 2000 to administer three separate national forests that continue to manage themselves somewhat separately through district offices. The Coeur d'Alene, St. Joe, and Kaniksu National Forests together occupy 3,224,739-acre (5,038.66 sq mi, or 13,050.06 km2[1] in northern Idaho (better known as the Idaho Panhandle). The northernmost portion of the IPNF share a boundary with Canada. Its headquarters are located in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

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Picture of Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Ashton/Island Park Ranger District
Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Ashton/Island Park Ranger District
This map describes winter travel opporunities during the SNOW SEASON. It takes effect when local conditions prevent travel on roads and trails by wheeled vehicles. If wheeled or snow-machine vehicles cause unacceptable impacts to forest resources, a Special Order may be issued to eliminate the conflict.
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Picture of Idaho - Boise National Forest
Idaho - Boise National Forest
Comprising the seventh largest National Forest in the United States, Boise National Forest's 2.6 million acres provide a variety of recreational opportunities throughout the seasons. With 300,000 people living within a one hour drive, this Forest is fast becoming Idaho's big backyard.
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Picture of Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Dubois Ranger District
Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Dubois Ranger District
The District Office is located in Dubois, Idaho - just off the Interstate 15 - approximately 50 miles north of Idaho Falls. The area administered by the District involves more than 450,000 acres. The area covers a variety of landscapes ranging from the desert floor to some of the highest mountains in Idaho. Vegetation varies from sagebrush-grass to stands of aspen, lodgepole pine, and Douglas fir. There are streams and a few lakes on the District. The area is rich in wildlife ranging from antelope, deer, elk, moose, small game, and non-game species. This map shows summer rereation opportunities on one side and winter recreation opportunities on the other side.
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Picture of Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Montpelier & Soda Springs Ranger District
Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Montpelier & Soda Springs Ranger District
Hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, trailbike riding, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing are just a few of the recreation pursuits available on the Montpelier Ranger District. The area administered by the District involves more than 400,000 acres and includes lands on part of the Cache National Forest as well as the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. The Soda Springs Ranger District headquarters is located in Soda Springs, Idaho. The Caribou-Targhee National Forests, Caribou Country, Caribou City, and Caribou Mountain were named after Jesse Fairchild, better known as "Cariboo Jack," one of the discoverers of gold on the mountain in 1870. He got his nickmane in the gold fields of Cariboo British Columbia.
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Picture of Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Palisades & Teton Basin Ranger Districts
Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Palisades & Teton Basin Ranger Districts
On one side this map describes winter travel opportunities from the beginning of the snow season in the fall/winter when local conditions prevent travel on roads and trails by wheeled vehicles until the time in the spring when local conditions become suitable to support wheeled vehicle traffic on roads and trails without causing resource damage The other side of this map describes summer travel opportunities from the time in the spring when local conditions become suitable to support wheeled vehicle traffic on roads and trails without causing recource damage until the beginning of the snow season in the fall/winter when local conditions prevent travel on roads and trails by wheeled vehicles.
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Picture of Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Westside Ranger District
Idaho - Caribou-Targhee National Forest - Westside Ranger District
Visit Pocatello, Idaho at the junction of I-15 and I-86 and then come join us on the Westside Ranger District summer, winter, or fall! In the summer, there's the Cherry Springs, self-guided nature area to visit; hiking or trailbiking on one of the many designated routes; or visit Big Springs Campground, or hike the Boundary Trail. In the fall, hunt for mule deer or visit the area for its beautiful fall colors In the winter, visit Pebble Creek Ski Area, and try some excellent downhill skiing, or bring your snowmobile or cross-country skis and travel one of our many designated, well-groomed trails.
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Picture of Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Clearwater National Forest
Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Clearwater National Forest
1.8 millon acreas of Idaho's Big Wild stretching from the jagged peaks of the Bitterroot Mountains on the Montana border westward to the hills of the Palouse Prairie, rolling from Idaho into Washington State. Elevations range from 1600 to almost 9000 feet. Much of the landscape is forested, deep canyons intersperesed with high, rugged ridges.
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Picture of Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Nez Perce National Forest
Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Nez Perce National Forest
The Nez Perce National Forest is 2.2 million acres of beautiful diverse land. The Forest is best known for its wild character. Nearly half of the forest is designated wilderness. It also sports two rivers popular with thrill- seeking floaters - the Selway and the Salmon. From the dry, rugged canyons of the Salmon River to the moist cedar forests of the Selway drainage, the forest offers something for everyone. The Nez Perce National Forest and the Clearwater National Forest are in the process of combining into one National forest called the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests. This map is the Nez Perce National Forest section of the forest. It does not contain the Clearwater National Forest section. The Clearwater National Forest section is expected to be available this summer.
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Picture of Idaho - Idaho Panhandle National Forest - Coeur d'Alene National Forest
Idaho - Idaho Panhandle National Forest - Coeur d'Alene National Forest
Six maps are used to display the Idaho Panhandle National Forest's travel plan. These maps show where travel is allowed and where restrictions occur on National Forest System lands. This map, along the Motor Vehicle Use Map for the Coeur d'Alene River Ranger District, covers the the central portion of the IPNF, the Coeur d'Alene River Ranger District. For roads and trails open to wheeled, motorized vehicles please refer to the Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for the Coeur d'Alene River Ranger District. The MVUM maps are available at any Forest Offices and are free of charge. Motorized winter travel restrictions are displayed on this visitor map as well as some non-motorized restrictions. The IPNF's provide a wide variety of recreational opportunities for both summer and winter motorized and non-motorized activities.
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Picture of Idaho - Idaho Panhandle National Forest - Kaniksu National Forest
Idaho - Idaho Panhandle National Forest - Kaniksu National Forest
The Idaho Panhandle National Forests are an aggregation of the Coeur d'Alene and portions of the Kaniksu and St. Joe National Forests. Some 300 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the Forest is in the east-central part of the Columbia Plateau, between the Cascade Mountains to the west and the Bitterroot Mountains to the east.
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Picture of Idaho - Kootenai & East Kaniksu National Forest
Idaho - Kootenai & East Kaniksu National Forest
The Kootenai National Forest offers some of the finest recreation opportunities in Montana. Elevations range from 8,738 feet atop Snowshoe Peak to 1,862 feet where the Kootenai River leaves the forest and the State, the lowest point in Montana. The Kootenai is tryly a forest of multiple use. The diversity of tree and other plant species is among the greatest in the Northwest. Wildlife species on the Kootenai include, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, deer, mountain lion and many other species. The Kootenai also has a few threatened and endangered species such as grizzly bear, gray wolf, lynx, bald eagle, and bull trout. This map also incorporates the east half of the Kaniksu National Forest in Idaho.
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Picture of Idaho - Idaho Panhandle National Forest - St. Joe National Forest
Idaho - Idaho Panhandle National Forest - St. Joe National Forest
The St. Joe District stretches westward from the rugged Idaho-Montana border along the Bitterroot Mountains to the rolling Palouse flatlands along the Idaho-Washington border. It is bordered in the north by the St. Joe Mountains, and in the south by a branch of the Clearwater Mountain Range.
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Picture of Idaho - Payette National Forest - McCall & Krassel Ranger Districts
Idaho - Payette National Forest - McCall & Krassel Ranger Districts
Bordered by two of the deepest canyons in North America and containing vast portions of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, the 2.3 million acre Payette National Forest is nationally recognized for these dramatic landscapes. The topography of the Forest ranges from rugged mountain peaks that feature high alpine meadows and crystal blue lakes to steeply plummeting river canyons. Connected with other public lands, the Forest is part of an expansive uniterrupted landscape that provides incredible habitat for an exceptional diversity of big game, upland birds, and other wildlife species. The Forest lies within west central Idaho and is accessed from the north and south by U.S. Highway 95, from the west by State Highway 71 (from Halfway, Oregon to Cambridge, Idaho), and from the south by State Highway 55 (from Boise through McCall to New Meadows, Idaho).
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Picture of Idaho - Payette National Forest - Weiser, Council, New Meadows Ranger District
Idaho - Payette National Forest - Weiser, Council, New Meadows Ranger District
This 2.3-million acre forest encompasses some of Idaho's most diverse and beautiful country. The topography is characterized by rough mountains, deep canyons, mountain meadows, rivers and streams, and high mountain lakes. Here, on can easily access hot, desert-like areas as well as heavily-forested alpine regions through an extensive system of Forest roads and trails.
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Picture of Idaho - Sawtooth National Forest - Ketchum & Fairfield Ranger District
Idaho - Sawtooth National Forest - Ketchum & Fairfield Ranger District
Sawtooth National Forest is located in the U.S. states of Idaho and Utah. Originally set aside in 1905 by U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt as the Sawtooth Forest Reserve, today the forest administers over 2.1 million acres (8,500 kmĀ²) of some of the most remote forestland in the lower 48 states. There are over 1,000 lakes and 3,000 miles (4,830 km) of rivers and streams. Part of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area is within the forest.
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Picture of Idaho - Sawtooth National Forest - Minidoka Ranger District
Idaho - Sawtooth National Forest - Minidoka Ranger District
The Minidoka Ranger District is divided into sections named for the scenic mountain ranges included in each area. The Albion Mountains, Black Pine, Sublett, Raft River, and Cassis Divisions each contain more than 70,000 acres of forested land south of Burley, Idaho, and the northern portions of Utah. Recreation is undoubtedly the most popular pursuit on the Minidoka Ranger District. Summer activities include camping, picnicking, hiking, rock climbing, hang gliding, horseback riding, mountain biking, plus all-terrain vehicle trail machine riding.
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Picture of Idaho - Bitterroot National Forest (North)
Idaho - Bitterroot National Forest (North)
Welcome to The Bitterroot National Forest. This spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in western Montana and Idaho is a priceless national treasure, and has long been home to the Bitterroot Salish, Kootenai, and Nez Perce people. Its glaciated mountains, back-country lakes, glistening streams, and noble wildernesses provide numerous opportunities for recreation, wildlife, fisheries, education, timber, minerals, and grazing.
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Picture of Idaho - Bitterroot National Forest (South)
Idaho - Bitterroot National Forest (South)
Welcome to The Bitterroot National Forest. This spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in western Montana and Idaho is a priceless national treasure, and has long been home to the Bitterroot Salish, Kootenai, and Nez Perce people. Its glaciated mountains, back-country lakes, glistening streams, and noble wildernesses provide numerous opportunities for recreation, wildlife, fisheries, education, timber, minerals, and grazing.
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Picture of Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Nez Perce National Forest - Gospel Hump Wilderness
Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Nez Perce National Forest - Gospel Hump Wilderness
Gospel Hump contains varying terrain from deep forests to steep mountains, lakes and rivers. Located southeast of Grangeville Idaho, Gospel Hump is well over 200,000 acres. Home of the Nez Perce Indians and miners during the gold rush days, this area also houses abundant wildlife such as moose, mountain lions, mountain goats, big horn sheep, wolves and varying species of fish. Elevations range from 1,900 feet at Wind River to 8,900 feet at Buffalo Hump.
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Picture of Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Nez Perce National Forest - Selway Bitterroot Wilderness (South)
Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Nez Perce National Forest - Selway Bitterroot Wilderness (South)
Over 1.3 million acres between Montana and Idaho are preserved in this historic wilderness area. Covering both sides of the Bitterroot range, this wilderness is rich in Nez Perce tribal history, as well as mining, trapping and packing by immigrants. Some of the steepest granite ridges and narrowest canyons can be seen here. White water rafting is challenging and with over 100 alpine lakes, the fishing is phenomenal.
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Picture of Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Nez Perce National Forest - Selway Bitterroot Wilderness (North)
Idaho - Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Nez Perce National Forest - Selway Bitterroot Wilderness (North)
You are entering the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, a place where nature takes its course and where natural ecosystems are protected for future generations Wilderness is preserved for: recreational uses, clean air, water quality, wildlife habitat, spiritual and historic characteristics. Wilderness experience is a challenging opportunity for discovery, solitude and self reliance. With little evidence of modern technology, we can learn truths about ourselves and the natural world.
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Picture of Idaho - Salmon-Challis National Forest - Challis National Forest
Idaho - Salmon-Challis National Forest - Challis National Forest
The Salmon-Challis National Forests cover over 4.3 million acres in east-central Idaho. It was originally established as the Salmon River Forest Reserve in 1906 and had gone through land acquisition and loss and several name changes to what is now referred to as the Salmon-Challis National Forests. The Salmon-Challis National Forests offer outstanding opportunities for hunting and fishing. There are unlimited recreational opportunities on the Salmon-Challis National Forests.
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Picture of Idaho - Salmon-Challis National Forest - Salmon National Forest
Idaho - Salmon-Challis National Forest - Salmon National Forest
The Salmon-Challis National Forests cover over 4.3 million acres in east-central Idaho. It was originally established as the Salmon River Forest Reserve in 1906 and had gone through land acquisition and loss and several name changes to what is now referred to as the Salmon-Challis National Forests. The Salmon-Challis National Forests offer outstanding opportunities for hunting and fishing. There are unlimited recreational opportunities on the Salmon-Challis National Forests.
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Picture of Idaho - Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness (North)
Idaho - Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness (North)
The Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness was created by Congress with the passage of the Central Idaho Wilderness Act on July 23, 1980. This Wilderness includes over 2.2 million acres of rugged canyons and towering mountains, making it the largest outside Alaska. The Middle Fork of the Salmon Wild and Scenic River, and the Salmon Wild and Scenic River are within this Wilderness, as is the source of the Selway River, Which is a part of the Wild and Scenic River system.
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Picture of Idaho - Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness (South)
Idaho - Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness (South)
The United States Congress designated the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness in 1980 and it now has a total of 2,366,757 acres. All of the wilderness is in Idaho and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service. The Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness is bordered by and the Gospel-Hump Wilderness to the northwest.
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Picture of Idaho - Hells Canyon National Recreation Area & Wilderness
Idaho - Hells Canyon National Recreation Area & Wilderness
The Hells Canyon National Recreation Area (NRA) in west central Idaho and northeastern Oregon was established by Congress on December 31, 1975. Its 652,488 acres straddle Hells Canyon of the Snake River, from the peaks of Idaho's Seven Devils Mountains on the east, to Oregon's rimrock and mountain slopes on the west.
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