Sandpoint Idaho

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Sandpoint is located on the shore of Lake Pend Oreille, and is blessed with a true four season climate. Usually, there are only a few sub-zero days each winter while summer has equally few days on which the temperature rises … Continued

August in Sandpoint

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26-August 23 Painting With Watercolors. Sandpoint Parks and Recreation hosts the class Painting with Watercolors for all levels age 16 and above at Sandpoint Community Hall each Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The classes taught by Julie Hutslar, … Continued

Clark Fork Idaho

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When coming in from Montana, Clark Fork Idaho is the port of entry to the Selkirk Loop via the gorgeous Pend Oreille Scenic Byway along Highway 200. Established when the Northern Pacific pushed its main line through Northern Idaho in … Continued

Sagle Idaho

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How Sagle Idaho, got it’s name. When the village first got a Post Office, the postmaster submitted the name Eagle, Idaho, to the Postal Department. Eagle was already taken so he merely replaced the “E” with an “S” and Sagle … Continued

Hope Idaho

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Picture perfect sunsets and expansive lake views dotted with islands, is how most people remember Hope. Just 12 miles from Sandpoint, n the North shore of Lake Pend Oreille. Hope was once a bustling railroad hub, which has since settled … Continued

Schweitzer Ski Resort

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Schweitzer is a pristine jewel situated in the Selkirk Mountains in the Idaho Panhandle. Overlooking the town of Sandpoint and Lake Pend Oreille, Schweitzer Mountain has long been famous for its massive bows and breathtaking views. . This mountain boasts … Continued

Lake Pend Oreille

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Lake Pend Oreille (pronounced Pon-duh-ray), is Idaho’s biggest lake and is the fifth largest lake in the western United States. The name of the lake originated from French hunters from Canada, the French term meaning “looks like ear” because Pend … Continued