Bruneau River Take-Out, Idaho Camping & Hiking

Bruneau River Take-Out, Idaho Camping & Hiking

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Directions

Access to this site is via a good quality gravel road from the Clover-Three Creek Road. It is 9 miles south of Bruneau.

Phone

208-735-2060

Activities

FISHING, PHOTOGRAPHY, PADDLING

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Hidden within a vast high desert plateau are deep canyons carved by the Owyhee, Bruneau and Jarbidge Rivers in a remote area of southwestern Idaho. Nearly 40 miles of Bruneau River’s 50-mile total length are designated as wild. Volcanic caves, canyons and spire-like hoo-doos tower hundreds of feet above whitewater rafters in this unique environment of unsurpassed solitude and unique beauty. In early spring, this area brightens up with beautiful desert flowers contrasted sharply against the dark volcanic rock. The sagebrush plateaus of the Owyhee Uplands provides habitat for over 200 species of wildlife. Soaring eagles and hawks can often be seen flying over the skylines and nesting along the cliff faces here. The ancestors of the Shoshone-Paiute and Shoshone-Bannock people have used these canyonlands for thousands of years for shelter, weaponry, fish and game and water. From placid pools to turbulent whitewater; from vertical cliffs to steep grassy slopes, this area presents visitors with challenging and extraordinary experiences. While this is a common take out for boaters on the Bruneau Wild and Scenic River, no facilities exist at this site.

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