Beautiful Salmon, Idaho, county seat of Lemhi County, is located near the Idaho-Montana border in the Lemhi River Valley. Home to just over 3,000 residents as of the 2010 census, the city of Salmon is seated on the Salmon River, also known as the “River of No Return.”
Stretching 425 miles across central Idaho, the Salmon River is “one of the largest rivers in the continental United States without a single dam in its mainstream.” Starting from the Galena Summit, the river flows “northeast and then west” and is fed by multiple rivers and tributaries within Idaho’s borders, including the Lemhi River which flows into the Salmon River near Salmon. The Salmon River is also a tributary to the Columbia River and Snake River and has carved “some of the deepest [canyons] in the US, surpassing the Grand Canyon and second only to the Snake River’s Hells Canyon on the Idaho-Oregon border.” The Salmon River is well-known for its fishing and whitewater rafting as well as the numerous outdoor recreational opportunities the river and surrounding area provides.
The city of Salmon celebrates the great river with their annual Salmon River Days event in July. The family-friendly venue offers food, fun, and entertainment for people of all ages. A parade, street fair, boat races, art shows, fireworks, dancing, and a fun run/walk are just some of the many attractions and activities offered during the festivities.
To learn more about the Salmon River and the Salmon River Days, visit http://bit.ly/18LzJxR.
The Salmon, Idaho branch welcomes the opportunity to provide title and escrow services for your next real estate transaction!
Address: 205 Courthouse Dr., Salmon, ID 83467