ⓘ Elk City, Idaho

Elk City, Idaho

ⓘ Elk City, Idaho

Elk City is located at 45°49′37″N 115°26′12″W, at an elevation of 4.006 feet 1.221 m above sea level. Located at the eastern end of State Highway 14, it is 50 miles 80 km east of Grangeville, the nearest city. Elk City has a post office with ZIP code 83525.

This climatic region is characterized by strong seasonal temperature differences, with hot and humid summers and cold, often very cold in winter. According to the classification system of Köppens climate, the elk city has a humid continental climate, the reduction of "growing up" on climate maps.

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