Howdy from Salmon, Idaho! “White Water Capitol of the World”. Jaxonbilt Hat Co Intl is located in the mountain country of East Central Idaho. As the crow flies, Salmon is approximately 5-7 miles west of the Continental Divide, on the boarder of Montana and Idaho.
Salmon is the county seat for Lemhi County, home of Sacajawea, the Shoshone Indian woman who served as the interpreter/guide for Lewis & Clark. The Lewis & Clark Trail passes close to the town of Salmon. One can retrace the Lewis & Clark expedition through Lemhi County, over Lost Trail Pass into Montana.
Our small town was visited recently by the “National Geographic Magazine”. Writers for the magazine wrote that Salmon was the most remote community in the USA. Lemhi County is a beef country, with more cattle than people and only two traffic lights.
We are a full service hat shop. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. The same careful attention is provided for our full hat renovation services. The hats pictured in our site, are only a small part of the options available to you. Please feel free to have a look around our web site and contact us with any questions you might have.
Jaxonbilt Hats in Australia
G’ Day from Australia. Jaxonbilt Hat Co, Intl is based on a property near Clermont in Central Queensland and is operated by Victoria Beatty. Victoria manages all our Australian clients. Our Horse Trough Palm Hats are all individually created, packaged and posted off to our Australian friends without the delay of mailing from Salmon Idaho.