ⓘ Hoodoo Mountains

                                     

ⓘ Hoodoo Mountains

The Hoodoo Mountains are a mountain range in the northwest United States, in north central Idaho. They are part of the Clearwater Mountains and are the source of the Potlatch and Palouse rivers. Located in northeastern Latah County and southeastern Benewah County, the high point is Bald Mountain at 5.334 feet above sea level. On the west slope of the northern Rocky Mountains, the Hoodos transition into the adjoining Palouse region, to the southwest.

North–South ski bowl, a former Alpine ski resort, located in the Northern part of this series, in the County of Benewah. Opened in the 1930-ies the territory was originally owned and operated by Washington state College, now Washington state University in Pullman. Alpine operations were discontinued in the 1990-ies and now "zone parknski" cross-country skiing trails from state highway 6.