The Hells Canyon Wilderness is composed of 217,927 acres of high mountain peaks, ominous canyon rim-rocks, breathtaking vistas, and quieting solitude. Established in 1975 as part of the Hells Canyon ...[more]
Hells Canyon Wilderness
Main Access Points
Trailheads from Enterprise, Oregon side
Trailheads from Riggins, Idaho side
Cactus Mountain, Fingerboard Saddle, Grave Point, Hat Point, He Devil, Heaven’s Gate, Homestead, Kessler Creek, Kirkwood Creek, Lord Flat, Old Timer Mountain, Puderbaugh Ridge, Purgatory Saddle, Sleepy Ridge, Squirrel Prairie, Temperance Creek, White Monument, Wolf Creek. Download free U.S. Forest Service Topo Maps here.
Buy Maps Online
Buy the Hells Canyon Nat'l Recreation Area & Wilderness map online at the National Forest Store.
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