FAQ: How Long To Drive Lolo Motorway?
- 1 How long is the Lolo Trail?
- 2 What is the Lolo Motorway?
- 3 Where is Lolo Pass?
- 4 Where are the Bitterroots?
- 5 Is Lolo Hot Springs Pool open?
- 6 How big is Lolo National Forest?
- 7 Does Lolo Hot Springs have WIFI?
- 8 How much snow does Lolo Pass have?
- 9 How do I get to Lolo Peak?
- 10 Where does Lolo Pass start and end?
How long is the Lolo Trail?
The journey across the 1170- mile route lasted nearly four months. It began near Wallowa, Oregon (the homeland of Chief Joseph’s band), and ended at the Bear Paw Mountains near Chinook, Montana.
What is the Lolo Motorway?
It’s 73 miles from Canyon Junction to Powell Junction where Road 569 meets Road 500. This segment is the historic Lolo Motorway. From Kamiah to Powell, you’ll travel 119 miles. Also, from the west, access Road 100 by driving east from Weippe, off Idaho State Highway 11.
Where is Lolo Pass?
Lolo Pass, elevation 5,233 feet (1,595 m), is a mountain pass in the western United States, in the Bitterroot Range of the northern Rocky Mountains. It is on the border between the states of Montana and Idaho, approximately 40 miles (65 km) west-southwest of Missoula, Montana.
Where are the Bitterroots?
Bitterroot Range, segment of the northern Rocky Mountains, U.S., extending southward for 300 mi (480 km) along the Idaho–Montana border. Peaks average about 9,000 ft (2,700 m), with Scott Peak, in Idaho, the highest (11,394 ft).
Is Lolo Hot Springs Pool open?
Lolo Hot Springs is open year-round, but the summer and winter hours vary. We are open on most holidays, but please call us to check our special hours. RV Winter Hours: Closed – Check in at the pool.
How big is Lolo National Forest?
Located in west-central Montana and encompassing two million acres, the Lolo is a destination for locals and visitors to go play.
Does Lolo Hot Springs have WIFI?
We provide FREE parking and Wi-Fi. Plan your Montana Countryside vacation and contact us today. Enjoy a 20% DISCOUNT on a trail ride if you are staying at Lolo Hot Springs.
How much snow does Lolo Pass have?
During seasonal peaks, snowpack on this mountain can reach levels as high as 113″, while the historical average snowpack during the winter sits around 46″.
How do I get to Lolo Peak?
Directions: From Lolo, Montana drive 3 miles west on U.S. Highway 12. Turn left (south) onto Forest Road #612. Proceed 8 miles up Forest Road #612 up to the trailhead.
Where does Lolo Pass start and end?
The pass road is 215km (134 miles) long, running east-west from Lolo (in Missoula County, Montana) to Kooskia (in Idaho County, Idaho).