Fishermen everywhere! From the banks, in a boat, even on the bridge! Fishing is hot, even when the weather is cold!
Largest Steelhead Run Since 2010
Did you know the Clearwater Tribune posted an article in September predicting around 40,000 hatchery steelhead will be bound for the Clearwater River? Come stay at the High Country Inn to take advantage of this historic run!
Starting this Fall: New Rates and Policies
To our valued guests:
Effective with the beginning of the fall season on September 23, 2021, we will be making a adjustment to our room rates and policies. Our room rates have remained the same for over ten years, and it is with reluctance that we have decided to add a slight increase to the charges for what we offer in your lodging fee. The home cooked breakfast, amenities including the hot tub, fire pit with all fire-starting needs, game room with billiards, poker table, and games, plus wi-fi and internet will still remain complimentary to our valued guests.
Below is the new pricing effective September 23, 2021:
Main Lodge Rooms
Ponderosa Pine Room: $140 per night
Moose Room: $150 per night
Black Bear Den: $150 for 1-2 adults, $170for 3 adults
Eagle’s Nest: $150 for 1-2 adults, $170 for 3 adults
Gone Fishin’ Cabin
Max sleeping capacity: 9 adults, $500 per night
Minimum booking: 4 adults, $300 per night
All rates include a full home-cooked breakfast served in the Great Room of the Lodge
Please inquire about our rates for booking of entire inn for special occasions.
New policy about minimum booking stays:
During our busy season (local and/or national holiday weekends or seasons) we reserve the right to book a minimum of two-night stays.
We welcome you here at the Inn and hope you will enjoy all the benefits of your stay with us in our woodsy setting with a beautiful view, wildlife galore, plenty of roaming space, and a very short distance to both river and lake. We’re sure you will enjoy the rustic elegance The High Country Inn offers!
We are looking forward to meeting you during your next stay here at The High Country Inn with us.
Jo, Cathy, and Rich Moore