Areas in Lemhi Range
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DescriptionThe Lemhi Range is a mountain range in Idaho. It is a about 100 miles long starting 20 miles northeast of Challis and running southeasterly ending on the Snaker River plain near the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). The range is across the valley and runs roughly parallel to the Lost River Range (location of Idaho's tallest mountain, Mt. Borah).
The highest point in the range is Diamond Peak at 12,197 feet (3,718 m), the fourth highest peak in Idaho. The range is located within Salmon-Challis and Caribou-Targhee National Forests.
Getting ThereEast Side Approach
From Idaho Falls Idaho, drive north on I-15 for 24 miles to "Sage Junction" and turn right on to 33. A few miles after Mud Lake, turn right onto 28. There are numerous gravel/dirt access roads to the left (west) into the Lemhi range.
West Side Approach
At I15 milemarker 118 in Idaho Falls, drive west across the high desert on Hwy 20 for 59 miles to Hwy 88. Turn right and drive 16 miles to Howe, ID. Continue through town and follow the Little Lost River Road. There are numerous gravel/dirt access roads to the right (east) into the Lemhi range.
For most of the access roads into this range (from either east or west side of the range), a 4 wheel drive with high clearance is recommended.
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