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Hells Canyon, the deepest canyon in North America, is an amazing place. There are trails on the canyon walls in some places to show how the miners, ranchers traveled if not by boat. Wonderful history in this area with some structures still standing. Many books...More
Nature was amazing. The cliffs on either side of the river are dramatic and the water has some cool drop offs. There is reported a lot of wildlife although we didn’t see any until we got back on land. We saw a bear cub across...More
Spent two beautiful nights. Wonderful accommodation to use when doing jet boat tour, same company. Neat and "clean"!, roomy and very comfortable. Hosts were very accommodating and gracious. Breakfast was excellent. Dinner dining is quite a distance away, so we brought microwave/barbeque stuff and did...More
This out of the way drive has fantastic scenery and the Dams are amazing. We made the drive in one day - but plan to go back and stay in one or more of the campgrounds located along the drive. They are all well maintained...More
Perfect place to stay. The lodge is a Bed and Breakfast. The rooms were huge, clean, and comfortable. The breakfast was delicious. The people running the lodge are friendly and extremely welcoming. My husband and I had a great time visiting with everyone. I would...More
I have been to Hell's canyon 4 times in the past 18 months. In that time I have both driven through a good portion of the canyon and hiked several of the trails - all in the late summer / early fall time frame.
This area was much prettier than I expected. The Hells Canyon Overlook was truly amazing. The wildflowers were blooming everywhere, hills were colored in pink, purple, white and yellow. The green hills dotted with trees were looming in the distance. You can drive down to...More