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Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge

Nestled at the foot of the Selkirk Mountains just six miles east of Bonners Ferry, the 2,774-acre Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge provides diverse habitats for a large variety of wildlife including moose, elk, deer, bear, otter, bald eagles, and migratory waterfowl such as mallards, northern pintail, and teal.

Kootenai River

One of the largest rivers in the state, the Kootenai River flows into Idaho's northern tip from Montana, through Bonners Ferry and then exits the state on our northern border with Canada.

Hike to Myrtle Peak

One of the most popular forest driving loops outside of Bonners Ferry is the Myrtle Peak-to-Snow Creek drive.