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Photo: Lower Salmon River
Bureau of Land Management
This river features 112 miles of Class III-IV whitewater in the second-deepest canyon in the United States...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BOATINGCAMPINGFISHINGHUNTINGOFF HIGHWAY VEHICLEPICNICKINGWATER SPORTS
Photo: SALMON RIVER
part ofSalmon-Challis National Forest, US Forest Service
Permit
The Salmon River originates in the Sawtooth and Lemhi Valleys of central and eastern Idaho. Springs and...[more]
Permits and Wilderness
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US Forest Service
Overview and Natural Features: The campground hosts 11 campsites situated in a scenic forest of towering...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
AUTO TOURINGCAMPINGFISHINGPICNICKINGSWIMMINGWILDLIFE VIEWING
Photo: MIDDLE FORK OF THE SALMON
part ofSalmon-Challis National Forest, US Forest Service
Permit
Welcome to the remote and rugged mountains and rivers of Central Idaho. Each year, approximately 10,000...[more]
Permits and Wilderness
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US Forest Service

Trailhead.

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US Forest Service

Trailhead.

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US Forest Service
Salmon Base Camp Trailhead has adequate parking for both cars and trailers. It offers access to trail...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
HIKING
Photo: Salmon-Challis National Forest
Not shown on map
US Forest Service
Camping
Permit
The Salmon-Challis National Forest is a land of rugged mountains split by untamed rivers. Escape into...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
AUTO TOURINGBIKINGCAMPINGFIRE LOOKOUTS/CABINS OVERNIGHTFISHINGHIKINGHORSE CAMPINGHORSEBACK RIDINGHUNTINGINTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSOFF HIGHWAY VEHICLEPICNICKINGSWIMMINGWILDLIFE VIEWINGWINTER SPORTS
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US Forest Service
Salmon Falls is located along the Little Naches Road, forest road 1900.  The Little Naches River...[more]
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US Forest Service

Wildlife viewing site.

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