Yellow Pine is a historic small town located in the rugged mountains east of McCall. There are two routes to get to Yellow Pine – the northern route over Lick Creek Summit and along the Secesh River and South Fork of the Salmon River provide a easy, enjoyable and picturesque adventure for UTV, ATV and motorcyclists. This route takes approximately 2.5 to 3.5 hours depending on speed and stops along the way.
Images of route from McCall to Yellow Pine: https://ridemccall.com/off-roading/off-roading-photos/mccall-to-yellow-pine/
The Southern route through Cascade, Idaho is 88 miles long and primarily used by full sized vehicles.
The town of Yellow Pine has a general store, restaurant and bar as well as accommodations for overnight visitors. From Yellow Pine, visitors can tour other routes to old mining areas and through the surrounding rugged mountains.
Yellow Pine Music & Harmonica Festival
The annual Yellow Pine Music & Harmonica Festival takes place in early August every year in Yellow Pine – it is considered one of the world’s largest harmonica events and draws thousands of people! For more information, visit their website below:
Links of Interest:
Yellow Pine Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/yellowpineidaho
Yellow Pine Museum: http://yellowpinemuseum.org/
Yellow Pine, Idaho Weather: http://www.wunderground.com/weather-forecast/US/ID/Yellow_Pine.html