Interactive Map of the North of Idaho
North Idaho is the natural and geographical extension of Canada's British Columbia, the Kootenay Region. You can get here from Canada by just crossing the border below Creston in Rykers or few miles east, in Kingsgate. The Interstate 90 from the Great Lakes Area will lead you here from the east, or from Seattle on the west. North Idaho is a region of absolute beauty. Abundance of well developed lakes, mountain fishing streams, beaches and marinas makes North Idaho an ideal spot for family holiday. Standpoint and Coeur d'Alene are the best known spots, but the best kept secret of North Idaho is the Priest Lake with its beaches, resorts and marinas. You can dig for silver in Kellog, or come here for the skiing season. From here you can go to discover the Great Colombia River in Washington, or just head south.
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