International Selkirk Loop

All-American RoadIdaho, Washington

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  • Hiking in the Selkirk Mountains

    Two hikers enjoy a breathtaking view high in the wild Selkirk Mountains. The mountains offer hundreds of miles of hiking trails for all levels of ability. Some trails provide interpretation, and even wheelchair access. The International Selkirk Loop route includes many access points to trailheads in Washington, Idaho and British Columbia, where visitors can enjoy spectacular scenery with no crowds - unless you count the wildlife!

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  • Baby Boomers Rediscovering their Youth on the Loop

    Two motocyclists zoom along the The International Selkirk Loop. The Loop was named 'The West's Best New Scenic Drive' (Sunset Magazine) and motorcyclists love its uncrowded highways.

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  • Reflections on Sullivan Lake

    Mountains and sky are reflected in the pristine waters of Sullivan Lake. Located east of Metaline Falls, Washington, the lake offers fishing, boating, picnicking, camping, and hiking trails with interpretation and stunning views of both the lake and Selkirk Mountains.

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  • Summer Evening at Priest River

    Mountains make a black silouhette against a brightly painted sky as the sun sets at Priest River.

  • Albeni Cove

    Waves crash on the shore of Albeni Cove on the Pend Oreille River.

  • Pee Wee Falls Near Boundary Dam

    White waters rush over rugged stone at Pee Wee Falls. The thundering, 200-foot high falls are a highlight of a visit to Boundary Dam in northeastern Washington.

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  • Kokanee Creek Sunbathing

    A family relaxes on Kokanee Creek Provincial Park's famous sandy beach.

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