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Syringa, Idaho

Syringa, Idaho


lat: 46.1507362 long: -115.7270822

Located along US Highway 12—the Lewis & Clark Highway—approximately seven miles below the junction of the Selway and Lochsa Rivers, along the banks of the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River, Syringa was established in 1895 as a possible railroad supply point. The post office was established in 1897.

In Syringa’s early beginnings agriculture was the primary source of income for the people that settled in this little village. Years later, timber became the major source of income.

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Weight Station Fishing Access

lat: 46.8788874 long: -113.8525126
Blackfoot River Beginning

lat: 46.9502198 long: -113.3787584
Upper Hauser Lake

lat: 46.6822743 long: -111.8215701
Blackfoot River

The Blackfoot River, sometimes called the Big Blackfoot River to distinguish it from the Little Blackfoot River, is a snow-fed and spring-fed river in western Montana.

lat: 46.9177068 long: -113.6781495
Blue Mountain

lat: 46.8148437 long: -114.1806973
Morony Dam Trail

lat: 47.5816325 long: -111.0607994
Missouri River to Hauser Dam

lat: 46.7649385 long: -111.8858237
Coal Banks Landing to Eagle Creek

lat: 48.0338635 long: -110.2279854
Mcnamara to Bonner

lat: 46.9502198 long: -113.3787584
Buffalo Jump

lat: 47.4796208 long: -111.5247388
Clearwater to Dunnigan Gulch


lat: 46.9505625 long: -113.5433125
Portage Camp Overlook

lat: 47.5052849 long: -111.3007715
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