Partnering with AIANTA: the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is proud to partner with the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) to find and share the stories of Native American Tribes that intersect with the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. AIANTA visited Tribes in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana, conducted more than 120 interviews, developed content, and created regional itineraries that include Native and Tribally-owned destinations and experiences along the route. As of this writing, completed content for more than 77 listings are now showcased at LewisandClark.travel and NativeAmerica.travel. Lewis and Clark Trail Experience Geotourism Program offers new opportunities for Indigenous people to share their stories with visitors from around the world through cultural tourism.
— Dan Wiley | Senior Leader Integrated Resources Stewardship
of the famed route."
— Sherry L. Rupert | Executive Director AIANTA
Working with our Partners
We thank all of our partners for their work in 2021 to commemorate and protect the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. Pictured above is merely a snapshot of the many organizations Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is proud to work with.