Middle Fork of the Salmon

Middle Fork of the Salmon



Middle Fork of the Salmon


Waterproof map of the Middle Fork of the Salmon River.

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USFS Middle Fork of the Salmon Guide Details
The Middle Fork of the Salmon: A Wild and Scenic River

The Middle Fork of the Salmon River originates 20 miles northwest of Stanley, Idaho with the merging of Bear Valley and Marsh Creeks. It traverses portions of the Challis, Payette, and Salmon National Forests as it flows 106 miles northeast through one of he the deepest gorges in N. America before joining the Main Salmon River. The Middle Fork was one of the original eight rivers in the Nation designated as Wild and Scenic on October 2, 1968. In July 1980, the President of the US established the “Frank Church – River of No Return Wilderness” which encompasses the Wild and Scenic Rive in its entirety.

This Guide includes:
Permit Requirements
Information Sources
REDD Alert
Ways you can help
State Map
Access Map
Mile-by-mile guide
Points of Interest
Air Travel
Minimum impact camping
Equipment lists

29 pages


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