Wallowa
National Forest

Wallowa National Forest was first established as the Wallowa Forest Reserve in Oregon on May 6, 1905 with 747,200 acres (3,024 km2). On March 1, 1907 it was combined with the Chenismus Forest Reserve to create Imnaha National Forest, which was then renamed Wallowa on July 1, 1908. In 1954 it was administratively combined with Whitman National Forest to make Wallowa–Whitman National Forest. The Wal…
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This is the easiest way up one of the Wallowas big peaks. That means it's also o…
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This is not one of the Big 5 Wallowa destinations, so hikers can be assured of p…
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The Thorp Creek Trail is an abandoned trail that takes the hiker into a high mou…
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Wallowa Women's Backpacking Trip 2018
Joseph to Hell’s Canyon Overlook:   https://goo.gl/maps/Cv63i3Dru932 Hell’s Canyon Overlook to PO SADDLE CAMP:   https://goo.gl/maps/sgfNBPWQM7G2 END:  Joseph to Hat Point:  https://goo.gl/maps/1LEs21UbX2M2 Don’t Worry!  We’re not going all the way to Dug Bar!  (Maybe next year??)  Start Near PO…
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This route is a loop trip to Blue Lake that starts on the West Fork Lostine Rive…
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The Backyard is a great place to ski laps all day when the avy conditions are hi…
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