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LIZ BUTTE CABIN (ID)



Created: 2010/09/18 08:22 AM        Last Updated: 2010/09/18 08:22 AM


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Camp Details Camp Name: LIZ BUTTE CABIN (ID)
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Camp Type: Public / Goverment

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Open July 15 through September 15.
Reservations can be made 180 days in advance.
Fees: $20.00 per night with a two night minimum. $8.00 for each additional night

Liz Butte Cabin is truly a mountain hide-away, situated on top of Liz Butte at 6,098 feet above sea level. This rustic log cabin was once the home to forest service lookout guards who spent their days on the tower scanning the horizon for signs of fire. The lookout tower is long gone, but the views from the cabin are still spectacular in every direction. The cabin is one room with a sleeping loft and front porch. Step back in time as you relax on the porch, watching the sunset as you listen to the quiet sounds of nature.
Access to the cabin is the Lolo Motorway, a primitive, one-lane road constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the early 1930s. It is not recommended for large RVs, vehicles with low ground clearance or trailers. For more information about the Lolo Motorway visit our website. http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/lolo_trail.htm

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- Permit and your own lock
- Drinking water
- Wash water
- Garbage bags (Pack It In Pack It Out)
- Bedding or sleeping bags
- Warm clothing
- First aid kit, insect repellant
- Food and beverages
- Ice chest
- Camp stove and fuel
- Cooking and eating utensils
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- Axe
- Flashlights and lanterns (no candles please)
- Toilet articles, including toilet paper
- Camera and binoculars



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Latitude:46.1448942
Longitude:-115.9779188

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Driving time from the West to Liz Butte Cabin is three hours from Kamiah along forest Roads 100 and 500. Turn left off of Highway 12 at the east end of the bridge out of Kamiah. Turn right onto Road 100, second road from the bridge. Stay on this paved road for 22 miles where you will pass Lolo Campground. Stay on the 100 Road for another 5.25 miles to the junction with Road 103. Turn right and follow it for 15 miles to Beaver Dam Saddle. At the junction, turn right onto road 104 and go 1/2 mile to the junction with Road 500. Turn left and proceed on the 500 Road for approx. 14 miles until you reach Liz Butte Junction, Road 560. Turn left and drive four miles to Liz Butte Cabin. The last 1/2 mile of road is steep and rocky - proceed with caution.

Driving time from the East on Saddle Camp Road 107 to Liz Butte Cabin is two hours. Travel North from Highway 12 on Road 107 for nine miles. Make a hard left on Road 500 at the junction and drive west for approx. 25 miles to Liz Butte Junction. Turn right and drive four miles to Liz Butte Cabin. The last 1/2 mile of road is steep and rocky - proceed with caution.


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RT. 1 BOX 398 KOOSKIA ID USA

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