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For a brief moment as we crested the hill, I thought we were Thelma and Louise about to fly over the rim! Optical illusion of course, but with everything being so flat and coming upon this canyon out of the blue, it was breathtaking. I...More
As of right now, the road out to the Overlook is in great shape and the weather has been mild. Still an awesome sight even after multiple trips in all seasons. This is the first winter trip out for me. I would advise chains and...More
Driving to this location is remote, dusty and a bit on the uneasy side due to it location. You will pass along a dusty road that is part of the Airforce testing area. At the end of the road you will come to the end...More
Bruneau Canyon is 18 miles past Bruneau Dunes and six of those miles is gravel. Well worth the trip because there is a panoramic view of a deep canyon where the Bruneau River runs through it. You won't want to miss this added advantage to...More
Beautiful, quiet and remote. After traveling what seems to be a very long way on country roads and then a dirt road through nothing but small hills and then mile after mile of cheat grass, you suddenly come to this deep amazing canyon! From the...More
Read about the overlook on tripadvisor, went there to "judge for ourselves", and it is definately worth the drive. It's about 18 miles from the town of Bruneau,Idaho. Normal road, only the last approx. 6 miles go over a dirt/gravel road, not too bad at...More
When I was staying in Nampa, ID on business, I asked where there was something unexpected to see. I was told to check out the Bruneau Dunes and Canyon. I had never been to Idaho before and had no idea what was there to explore....More