Way back in 1805, Lewis and Clark entered Idaho at Lemhi Pass, which is on the border between Idaho and Montana. The main objective was to find a passage through the mountains and contact the Shoshone tribe and see if they could borrow horses. The pass was named in 1855 by Mormon missionaries for King Limhi, a character from the Book of Mormon.
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What an undertaking this was!