An inviting recreation center offering canoeing, kayaks, jet skis, sail boarding, and swimming. Calmer water than farther west.
About Hells Canyon National Recreation Area
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I couldn't stop taking pictures,Idaho is just outstanding and clean,so are the roads.Just awesome.Every where we went ,the views,the farms,the animals we saw,the food and all the vintage,antique shops,were so quaint.The rivers were high and swift,the weather was all mixed up,but fine for traveling.Id visit...More
Viewed the Canyon on a jet boat tour and it is magnificent. The terrain is awesome and ever changing as you penetrate the canyon. We had a change to see Big Horn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Elk and mule deer. With the heights of the canyon...More
A very picturesque area. Great Discovery Center with a interesting film on Lewis and Clark. You can see the cities of Lewiston, Clarkston,and Asotin.
This is such a breathtaking area. Take a sightseeing boat through the canyon to see the baltsalt formations & all the unique aspects of nature in this area.
We rode our Harley-Davidson motorcycle the length of the canyon and were amazed at the awesome and spectacular scenery. Make sure to have plenty of time to stop and view the canyon from many vewpoints.
Really fun rapids. Crazy clear water. Wildlife around and in the water. Decent camp spots along the river. Only negative is no camp fires at night. Go on weekdays if possible. On weekends there are a lot of loud power boats on the river. Unlike...More
Visited Hell's Canyon in May. The entire area is so magnificent, you just have to see it to appreciate it. Rugged beauty mixed with plentiful wildlife.
We rode a jet boat into the canyon for a fun day trip. Plusses were seeing male and female Rocky Mountain Big Horn sheep and a Native American petroglyph at Buffalo Eddy.