Gospel-Hump Wilderness, ID

US Forest Service

Gospel-Hump Wilderness

In 1978, Congress recognized 206,053 acres of undeveloped federal land as a special area and designated it the Gospel-Hump Wilderness. It is a land of contrasts: its northern section is moist and heavily...[more]




Via the Salmon River Road #1618 go 22 miles from Riggins to the Wind River Pack Bridge; or via the Slate Creek Rd #354, 18.3 miles from US95 to Grangeville Salmon Road #221, then north 1 mile to the junction of the Moore's Gospel Road #444, then 12 miles east to Moore's Station.

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