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Old 05-09-2013   #11
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Originally Posted by jkodadek View Post
Frankly, I would say screw the Gorge and go straight to the Lochsa. But if you do it, consider taking Fish Creek Road to Highway 12 instead of going all the back to Missoula and then through Lolo. Should save you some time as long as you are gassed up and don't need anything (though you can get ice/beer/gas at the Lochsa Lodge).
Petty Creek is the route.

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