Travel the Lewis and Clark Trail !

Trail News/ What's New?

Lewis and Clark Trail "Re-live the Adventure" 

From the Journals of
Lewis and Clark



Search the Trail

Travel the Trail 
Photo Gallery
Escorted Tours
Discover the Rivers of Lewis and Clark
Travel Stories
Travel the Trail ~ From Sea to Shining Sea
Travel Planner
Events & Exhibits
Eastern Legacy Trail
Lewis & Clark in Kentucky
Lewis & Clark in Indiana
Lewis & Clark in Illinois
Lewis & Clark in Missouri
Lewis & Clark in Kansas
Lewis & Clark in Iowa
Lewis & Clark in Nebraska
Lewis & Clark in
South Dakota
Lewis & Clark in
North Dakota
Lewis & Clark in Montana
Lewis & Clark in Idaho
Lewis & Clark in Oregon
Lewis & Clark in Washington 


Whether you're planning a weekend getaway or a week-long vacation, is your online connection for Hotel Reservations.   Still planning your trip? Check out the events calendar,  read travel stories, then finish planning your trip by booking your hotel. invites you to locate the Hotel  that meet your travel needs.   


  • The Missouri River: Begins at the Gallatin, Madison, and Jefferson Rivers in Montana, to the Mississippi River, at St. Louis.  On May 14, 1804, the Corps of Discovery began their journey up the Missouri River.
      The Missouri River is the longest river in the United States at 2,540 miles.  The Mississippi River is second at 2,340 miles.  Read more >>

Discover One of America's National Treasures on the Missouri River  >>


  • The Clearwater River &  Lochsa River: Flows along US highway 12.  The Lolo Trail, route traveled by Lewis and Clark in 1805 & 1806, parallels Highway 12 along the upper ridges. 
  • The Snake River: 1,040 miles long, chief tributary of the Columbia River.  Was called Lewis' River
     ( October 10, 1805).  View map >>
We Suggest ...





Lewis & Clark 101
Lewis & Clark Biography 
Thomas Jefferson & Louisiana Purchase
Corps of Discovery
Lewis & Clark with Sacagawea
Lewis & Clark Among the Tribes
York, Clark's man-servant
Seaman, Lewis' Dog
Clark as Cartographer
Lewis as Botanist
Medical Aspects
Courts Martial
Geology on the Lewis and Clark Trail
Lewis and Clark 1804 Timeline
Lewis and Clark 1805 Timeline
Lewis and Clark 1806 Timeline
Trail Trivia

 For Educators

Teaching & Lesson Plans

Learning Page
(Library of Congress)