Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
Sixteen States, 4,900 miles, one Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
From the Plains to the Pacific Ocean the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail follows the route the Lewis and Clark Expedition traveled between May 1804 and September 1806. It winds over mountains, along rivers, through plains and high deserts. Along the way, visitors will find varied landscapes, diverse peoples, and captivating stories of change, loss, and hope. Modern-day explorers can follow the Trail and create their own journeys of adventure and learning.