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GBI’s Work on the Lombard Trail Continues to Reap Benefits for Challis, Idaho

GBI’s Work on the Lombard Trail Continues to Reap Benefits for Challis, Idaho

In 2010, the Great Basin Institute collaborated with the Challis Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management and the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation to develop the Lombard Trail, connecting Challis, Idaho to Bayhorse Ghost Town, a mining site founded in 1877. The trail was created specifically for recreational use by ATV and side-by-side riders, and has been a great success and a boost to tourism in the area, with as many as 7000 users in the last year.
For an update on the Lombard Trail from the Missoulian, click HERE.

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