Description for the Lochsa RiverThe Lochsa River, located in the Clearwater region of northern Idaho, is roughly 70 miles long. The river flows from the Bitterroot Mountains until it joins the Selway to form the middle fork of the Clearwater River. The river features cutthroat trout and is easily accessible for bank anglers being paralleled by Highway 12 along its north bank. Highway 12 connects Lewiston with Missoula over the scenic Lolo Pass. The river has many campgrounds along the way with the biggest and most family friendly being the wilderness gateway.
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