The Wallowa-Whitman National Forest is located in the northeastern corner of Oregon.
Where is this Forest?

 
Breath-taking views from an overlook in Hells Canyon National Recreation Area A trail hugging the Snake River in Hells Canyon National Recreation Area Sunset through the trees on the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest Spring wildflowers on the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest Twin Lakes on the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest Mswain-krag peak On the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest Red Barn with Eagle Cap Wilderness in Background

 

Go Camping! Link to camping information on the forest. Got a Map? Link to available maps for the forest.
Go Hiking! Link to hiking opportunities on the forest. Need a Recreation Pass? Link to information on various passes available for standard amenity fee sites.

The Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, 2.3 million acres of varied landscape, extends from the Blue Mountains and rugged Wallowa Mountains down to the spectacular canyon country of the Snake River on the Idaho border. The forest ranges in elevation from 875 feet in the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area to 9,845 feet in the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area. We manage the forest as sustainable ecosystems providing clean water, wildlife habitat and valuable forest products. This setting offers a variety of year-round recreation opportunities.


Interactive Visitor Map Wallowa-Whitman National Forest


Swamp Lake with relctions of mountains in the lake.

 

‚ÄčInteractive Trails Map for Eagle Cap Wilderness

Features

Total Solar Eclipse Information

Total eclipse of sun with blackened sky

On August 21, 2017 a total solar eclipse will be visible across Northeast Oregon and from many locations on the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. This solar eclipse will be the first one seen from the continental U.S in 38 years. Follow this link to find information about lodging, campsite availability, and best places and routes to view this once-in-a-lifetime event!

Spotlights

Forest Road 39 still not suitable for passenger vehicle traffic

Forest Service 39 road/Hells Canyon Scenic Byway to Salt Creek Summit has not been maintained. Current hazards include trees across the road, rocks, and lingering snow drifts. 


Highlights