Lolo Pass, elevation 5,233 feet (1,595 m), is a mountain pass in the northern Rocky Mountains. The pass is the highest point of the historic Lolo Trail, between the Bitterroot Valley in Montana and the Weippe Prairie in Idaho. The Lolo Trail is a National Historic Landmark, designated for its importance to the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and its role in the 1877 Nez Perce War. U.S. Highway 12, belatedly completed in 1962, crosses the pass. The pass is the highest point of the historic Lolo Trail, between the Bitterroot Valley in Montana and the Weippe Prairie in Idaho.
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