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Fort Hall Replica

Nathaniel Wyeth, an enterprising entrepreneur from Boston, built Fort Hall on the banks of the Snake River in 1834 as a supply post for fur traders and local Indians. He sold the post to the British Hudson's Bay Company in 1838. In the 1840s, the fort became an important supply stop on the Oregon Trail. Emigrants rarely visited the fort after disastrous floods in 1853. A new route bypassed it, and it was abandoned by 1856. Today the site is a National Landmark, and permission to visit it must be obtained from Shoshone-Bannock officials. A replica of Fort Hall in Pocatello accurately reproduces the fort, and exhibits interpret its story.

Address: 3002 Alvord Loop
Pocatello ID , 83201
Phone: 208-234-1795