St. Regis-Paradise Scenic Byway

Department of Transportation.

Originally a meandering trail which followed the Clark Fork River between St. Regis and Paradise, the St. Regis - Paradise National Forest Scenic Byway lies within the Lolo National Forest. This scenic route, with the motto: The River, The People, The Land, takes motorists through varying terrain, from spacious, rolling flats to steep canyon walls where it winds through the Coeur d'Alene Mountains.

The byway has long been considered an alternate route for travelers on Interstate 90, whose destination is Flathead Lake or Glacier National Park. It also serves as a route to the National Bison Range. However, with the spectacular scenery, plentiful wildlife, and many recreational opportunities the byway is a destination unto itself.


Navigating the Byway:

Driving the Byway

The St. Regis - Paradise National Forest Scenic Byway follows the Clark Fork River through the Lolo National Forest. It begins on State Road 135 at the town of St. Regis and ends at its junction with Highway 200, several miles southeast of the small community of Paradise.

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