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You might be interested to explore the Priest Lake and the Idaho Panhandle National Forest (IPNF) during the winter,  and just explore the shores of big lakes to the banks of winding rivers, the Idaho Panhandle National Forests create a landscape of land and water in the handle of North Idaho.

You can enjoy here various water-based activities, winter uses and the traditional hiking, hunting, fishing and gathering, etc.

From the shores of big lakes to the banks of winding rivers, the Idaho Panhandle National Forests create a tapestry of land and water in the handle of North Idaho.

You will also enjoy here in the IPNF the following points of interest like;

  • Priest Lake Area (Priest Lake Ranger District – flanking scenic Priest Lake and Upper Priest Lake)
  • Lower Kootenai River Area (Bonners Ferry Ranger District – rugged mountains surrounding the Kootenai River as it flows through the northern panhandle)
  • Pend Oreille Lake Area (Sandpoint Ranger District – centered around Pend Oreille Lake and its major tributaries – Clark Fork River, Lightning Creek, and Pack River)
  • Coeur d’Alene River Area (Coeur d’Alene River Ranger District – comprised largely of the Coeur d’Alene river basin)
  • St. Joe River Area (St. Joe Ranger District – comprised primarily of the St. Joe River basin)

http://www.fs.usda.gov/recmain/ipnf/recreation

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