The must incredible one is to ride on the fury
of the Salmon-River on Raft or what so ever,
to stop in now where, hike a bit and having
a hot spring bath, to see bears autumn only,
and so much more wild nature, just the
perfect outdoor place.To one week up to a
month and you still will have nit done all....
You don't go to Lucile for such thing's at night you sleep to gain back strengh for the next hike, or rafting day, you can enjoy the sky who is beautiful sited romantiquly next toothe river..................
Dress Code: Sure fore this campground annd wilderness you must wear TUXEDO
From Spokane a bus leave at 9:30 am arrive at Riggins at 4:15, but during the travel ask the driver to let you at Lucile, they do easly even if there no official stop.
From Boise, from the Greyhound station, the bus leave at 9:15 arrive at Riggins at 12:45, if you ask the driver will let go out at Lucile.
Carefull, normaly you can not take the bus from Lucile, only for Riggins.
From Riggins to Boise the bus leave at 4:15pm, to Spokane 12:45 but arrive 20 minutes before, because it's a minor stop, so the drivers keep the schedule at the ten minutes only in major place.
Well, you start to understand than it's only wilderness so there is nearly no transportation isn't a bus for each direction. once a day.
Unique Suggestions: just spend one more lovely day there
Fun Alternatives: Have a very nice friend ready to come pick you up!
Luggage and bags:
until October is hot, but take warm things for the night.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: good hiking shoes,
It rarely rain, but when it happen, like for me last year,I bet you will be happy to stay dry, espacially, if you are at several days of walk of the camp-ground
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Take all the necessary there is nothing four hours around
Photo Equipment: In Riggin's you will find supplies
At Lucile Cross the Salmon-River, take Cow-Creek-Road, well there is not an other one, on the top, take left, direction Law-Saddle-Creek, you enter the Seven-Devils National Park, and take the Law-Saddle-Creek sign