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Lewis and Clark Travel Resources

During the next four years of the bicentennial of the Corps of Discovery's journey West, some 30 million people are expected to visit at least one section of the Lewis and Clark Trail. To join the commemoration, use these links to find an event, trailhead or put-in near you.


Lewis and Clark: Interactive Journey Log
Get nationalgeographic.com's best information and features about the Lewis and Clark expedition across America—journal entries, maps, historical photos, drawings, and more.

Lewis and Clark History and Trail Information
Retrace the Lewis and Clark expedition in 11 states from Illinois to Washington.

Lewis and Clark Travel Information
Traveling the Lewis & Clark Trail author Julie Fanselow's Web site features attractions, activities, and festivals along the trail.

Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Events
Search by date and state to find signature events and more on this extensive listings calendar.

Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc.
Search by date to find commemorative events and programs across the country; calendar listings are updated annually.

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
Get travel basics and information on camping and lodging from the National Park Service.

Lewis and Clark in North Dakota

Lewis & Clark Expedition Trail: Idaho, Montana, Washington

Lewis and Clark in Montana

Lewis and Clark in Oregon

 


May 2003



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