Author: bigwig

How to avoid losing at the casino

The captivating feeling of winning and the possibility of easy profits are things that attract gamblers to casinos as if by a magnet. But these emotions are as destructive as they are powerful. What should a novice gambler do to avoid falling into a trap and spending a fortune at the casino? Enjoy the game… Read more »

Exploring Hells Canyon by Jet Boat

Exploring Hells Canyon by Jet Boat 1 2 3 4 Share this story Exploring Hells Canyon by Jet Boat One of the West’s Best Kept Secrets By Marguerite Cleveland Sinking nearly 2,000 feet deeper than the Grand Canyon, Hells Canyon is North America’s deepest river gorge. Striking limestone cliffs give way to the rushing white… Read more »



Hells Gate State Park’s trail system in Lewiston, provides miles of intertwining trails along the Snake River. Enjoy scenic views from up on top of the climb, stop to dip your feet in the cool water, have a picnic at one of the many benches along the way, or stop to watch the wildlife. Access year… Read more »


The Lewis Clark Valley has one national, two state (one in each state) and more than 25 local parks within a short driving distance of the downtown areas. And another great state park in Anatone, Washington, just an hours drive away. Spend the day in one of our many beautiful parks that provide opportunities for family… Read more »


Outfitters offer rafting trips of all kinds for all ages and abilities. Families enjoy fun excursions on rivers such as the Main Salmon. Sightseers like quiet flat-water floats on rivers such as the Clearwater River. Whitewater seekers go for the Middle Fork of the Salmon, Lochsa, Selway, or the Snake River through Hells Canyon. Outfitters… Read more »


Bike the Valley…and Beyond Whether you’re a road bicyclist, mountain biker or casual rider, the Lewis Clark Valley and surrounding region has a trail for you. Many road cyclists bike through our area and along Highway 12, a scenic highway that closely follows the Clearwater River. Originally constructed in 1917, the Old Lewiston Grade (Spiral… Read more »


The Lewis-Clark Valley earned the name “Banana Belt” due to the mild winter climate.  While most of the Inland Northwest is covered in snow and frost, golf courses in the valley are open for business. You can play golf every month of the year on one of the four 18-hole courses in the valley. All… Read more »