The Caribou National Forest in Caribou County, Idaho

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The scenic route ID-34 in Caribou county, Idaho slices through the Caribou National Forest between Wayan and Freedom in Wyoming. Caribou National Forest is located in southeastern part of Idaho and is comprised of just over one million acres which includes the Curlew National Grassland. The forest has an estimated 250 miles of streams and more than 8000 acres of lakes. Below are images of Caribou National Forest from route ID-34 in Caribou County, Idaho.

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The Tincup Creek in Caribou National Forest near Pine Bar Campground.
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The Caribou National Forest with Tincup Creek near Pine Bar Campground.
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The Tincup Creek runs along the route ID-34 in Caribou National Forest.
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The grass and trees of the Caribou National Forest in southeastern Idaho.
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The grass and trees of the Caribou National Forest in southeastern Idaho.
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The scenic route ID-34 in Caribou National Forest between Wayan and Freedom, Wyoming.
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https://digitalatlas.cose.isu.edu/geog/forestry/caribou.htm


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