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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Geographic Features of Idaho Snake River Rocky Mountains Hells Canyon Shoshone Falls Craters of the Moon Lake Pend Oreille Seven Devils Borah Peak By: Amber Zacharisen Fun Facts: 1,038 Miles LongThe Snake was explored by the Lewis and Clark expedition (18036) and was of major importance inU.S. expansion into the Pacific Northwest. The river is a major source of electricity, having numerous hydroelectric power plants. Did you know!?!Major mountain system of W North America and easternmost belt of the North American cordillera, extending more than 3,000 mi (4,800 km) from central N.Mex. to NW Alaska; Mt. Elbert (14,431 ft/4,399 m) in Colorado is the highest peak. A little bit about Hells Canyon-* 10 miles wide*North America's Deepest River Gorge* 7,913 ft. deep What is Shoshone Falls???* It is 212 feet high and about 900 feet wide* Located near Twin Falls *Watch a LIVE feed here.... Tell me more....*Arco, Idaho*1,117 sq miles*Craters of the Moon formed during eight major eruptive periods between 15,000 and 2000 years ago*National Monument A little bit about this lake..Lake Pend Oreille is the largest lake in the northern Idaho Panhandle,with a surface area of 148 square miles. It is 43 miles long, and 1,150 feet deep in some regions, making it the fifth deepest in the United States. What are the Seven Devils???The mountains are part of the Rocky Mountains, and the tallest peaks are 7900 vertical feet (2410 m) above the adjacent Snake River, with few trees in between. Tell me more! Borah Peak is the highest mountain in the U.S. state of Idaho and one of the most prominent peaks in the contiguous states. It is located in the central section of the Lost River Range, within the Challis National Forest in eastern Custer County.Elevation: 12,667'
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