Coyote's Fishnet is the place where Coyote flung his fishnet up onto the hill on the south side of the Clearwater River according to nimí·pu· (Nez Perce) legend.
Getting to Coyote's Fishnet
Coyote's Fishnet sits on the hillside above the Clearwater River six miles east of Lewiston, Idaho. It is visible from a highway pullout on U.S. Highway 12.
Driving to Coyote's Fishnet
Nearby Bus Stations
A Greyhound Bus Station is located in Lewiston, ID 6 miles west of Coyote's Fishnet.
Public transportation is not available; however, car rentals may be available in each of the nearby communities with greyhound stations and airports.
Things to Do at Coyote's Fishnet
Explore the Site
Coyote's Fishnet is an affiliated site of the Nez Perce National Historical Park that is located on private property. A historical marker at the highway pullout tells the story of Coyote's Fishnet, and provides a view of the rock formation that the fishnet turned into. Please respect the land owner's property rights and do not climb the hillside where the rock formation is located.
Last updated: February 23, 2018