What’s the Heart of the Monster site in Idaho? The Nez Perce Legend

Roadside travel in Idaho can yield some fascinating locations. The Heart of the Monster sounds scary but in fact, is a fascinating and worthwhile stop while you’re driving toward or away from Lewiston, ID. The National Historic Park is well worth a visit on your drive.

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