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Go on a unique adventure this spring and follow the same path Lewis and Clark traveled over two centuries ago. The byway follows the Salmon River through the Salmon-Challis National Forest, serving as a natural pathway into the rugged backcountry, according to Visit Idaho. Attractions include Salmon spawning beds at Indian Riffles, Land of the Yankee Fork Interpretive Center, Tower Rock, Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, natural hot springs, and ghost towns.