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    • Silver City, Idaho

      Silver City

      Silver City, Idaho is a historic mining town located in the Owyhee Mountains. This town is one of the few mining towns that did not burn down or get modernized into a commercial city.  The Idaho Hotel is one of the main attractions and appears as it did over 100 years ago with only a few updates...
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    • Jordan Valley, Oregon

      Timber Gulch Trail

      4.0
      1.1 mi / 400 ft gain
      Leslie Gulch, a canyon on the border of Oregon and Idaho, is full of almost surreal rock formations made up of tuff from volcanic eruptions 15 million years ago.To walk around in these canyons is like being transported into another world. Timber Gulch, one of many hikes located in Leslie Gulch, i...
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    • Jordan Valley, Oregon

      Camp at Leslie Gulch

      4.8
      I think that when you decide to travel through Oregon, you anticipate a scenery that surrounds you in luscious green forests and crystal blue rivers that you cannot take your eyes off of. Rather at Leslie Gulch; it's about the volcanic "tuff" formations that tower over you.From Highway 93 heading...
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    • Jordan Valley, Oregon

      Float the Wild and Scenic Owyhee River

      5.0
      49.5 mi / -900 ft gain
      OverviewLocated in remote southeastern Oregon the Owyhee River offers an off the grid adventure through the high desert that you will not soon forget.  The 50 mile section of river from Rome to Birch Creek is usually boated between March and June when there is adequate runoff to support larger bo...
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    • 5000 Victory Lane, Idaho

      Celebration Park

      5.0
      Celebration Park is the perfect day trip! There are plenty of opportunities for recreation including boating, fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing, horseback riding, and much more! In addition to recreation, the park provides educational tours free of charge to visitors. These tours include informat...
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    • Melba, Idaho

      Guffey Butte Trail

      2.57 mi / 482 ft gain
      Guffey Butte Trail is an out-and-back trail that leads you on a hike across the Snake River located near Melba, Idaho. The short trail starts out of the parking area for Celebration Park on the northeast side of the river. Dogs are permitted on the trail on a leash. 
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    • Marsing, Idaho

      Jump Creek Falls

      4.3
      Jump Creek Falls is an easy-to-access waterfall situated south of Marsing, Idaho. When you arrive to the parking lot right near the trailhead, you'll be starting at around 2600' elevation. Don't expect much change from 2600', unless you are to go exploring the canyon further. From the trailhead, ...
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    • Jordan Valley, Oregon

      Backpack the Painted Canyon Loop, Honeycombs Wilderness

      4.3
      9.04 mi / 1237 ft gain
      The Honeycombs Wilderness Area is one of those top secret spots that backpackers don't like to talk about in fear of it being revealed. The thing that makes this trip special is just that: isolation. The trailhead is just west of the Oregon/Idaho border but is best to approach from the Idaho sid...
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    • Murphy, Idaho

      Mountain Bike to the Petroglyphs at Wees Bar

      2.0
      12.2 mi / 1000 ft gain
      At Wees Bar, a remote area accessible only by bike or foot, explore hundreds of petroglyphs carved into glacial boulders by Native Americans 12,000 years ago. Begin at the Swan Falls Dam parking lot. Bring a fat bike in late summer and fall to glide over the dry, loose dirt that forms as the cany...
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    • Murphy, Idaho

      Hike Swan Falls and Wees Bar Petroglyphs

      12 mi / 839 ft gain
      To start your journey, you must cross the Swan Falls Dam. It’s a low-level thrill but it is not often you get to walk on top of a hydroelectric dam. If you are bringing a four-legged friend with you, make sure you have some treats to lure them across. The pathway across the dam is steel grate and...
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    • Kuna, Idaho

      Explore Kuna Caves, Idaho

      3.4
      To access the Kuna Caves, turn onto Kuna Cave Rd, then take a right on Black Cat Rd. Next turn left on an unmarked road - if you reach W. Dickman Rd you've gone too far. You will then need to open a cattle gate, designating public BLM land. Past the gate, follow the dirt "road" for a hundred feet...
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    • Nampa, Idaho

      Capture the Sunset Lake Lowell

      Watch the sun, set behind the mountains and cast a vibrant orange glow over the sky. Bring your camera or just enjoy the sunset from the boat launch. Bring a friend or enjoy it by yourself. If you get there early enough you can hike around the deer flats refuge for a better location to enjoy the ...
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    • Grand View, Idaho

      Hike the Oolite Interpretive Trail

      5.0
      1 mi / 200 ft gain
      The two to three car parking area is situated at about and elevation of 3000 feet. Situated 200 feet up the interpretive trail stand the oolite rock structures. These structures stretch on for as far as you can see, and only a minute portion are included in the article photography.Access to the t...
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