Wallowa-Whitman National Forest


Wallowa-Whitman National Forest
1550 Dewey Avenue
Baker City, OR 97814
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You’ll be enchanted by the stately splendor of the Blue Mountains, the rugged grandeur of the Wallowa Mountains, and the spectacular canyon country of the Snake River on the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest–close to 2.4 million acres of variety in northeastern Oregon and western Idaho. Elevations on the National Forest range from 875 feet to 9,845 feet above sea level. Plant life varies from the desert-like country of Hells Canyon to the alpine vegetation of the Eagle Cap Wildernes and Seven Devils Mountains. Weather patterns change from year to year, but generally winters are cold and snowy, spring and fall are mild, and summers are hot and dry.