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17. Ross' Hole

Rossí Hole: After days of blazing their own trail over rocks and fallen trees, Clark and his men finally descended from the mountains with great relief. The 140-mile round trip exhausted the group. Following the Bitterroot River down into Ross' Hole near Sula, Lewis and Clark rejoined and decided to find an easier northern land route to the Columbia.

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