North Idaho is a land of deep forests, abundant flowing rivers and many beautiful lakes. In fact there is no greater concentration of lakes in any western state than in the panhandle of Idaho. Amid all these forests, rivers and lakes, deep in the ground is a concentration of silver which makes North Idaho the world’s leading silver producing area. Visit the Wallace District Mining Museum in Wallace for more information. The Northern Pacific Railroad Museum is located in Wallace also. Abundant recreational possibilities exist in North Idaho from snow skiing at Schweitzer Mountain or Silver Mountain to sailing on Lake Coeur d’Alene. Bird watchers will not want to miss the 2,000 species of birds in the marshlands of Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge near Bonners Ferry. Coeur d’Alene and Sandpoint are excellent choices from which to explore all of North Idaho.
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Most recent revision Saturday, September 27, 1997