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Chief Joseph Wildlife Area - Joseph Canyon

Eastern Washington > Palouse and Blue Mountains
46.0083, -117.0435 Map & Directions
Length
2.0 miles, roundtrip
Elevation Gain
0 feet
Highest Point
1160 feet
Calculated Difficulty About Calculated Difficulty
Easy
Joseph Creek Canyon from above. Photo by RichP. Full-size image
  • Wildflowers/Meadows
  • Mountain views
  • Wildlife
  • Good for kids

The Chief Joseph Wildlife Area sits in the very southeast corner of Washington State. This trail follows Joseph Creek for a couple miles before ending in overgrowth. Continue reading

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Hiking Chief Joseph Wildlife Area - Joseph Canyon

The Chief Joseph Wildlife Area sits in the very southeast corner of Washington State. This trail follows Joseph Creek for a couple miles before ending in overgrowth. This area is primarily managed for wildlife habitat, so keep an eye out for wildlife. And, for another nearby hike checkout the Green Gulch trail.

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Chief Joseph Wildlife Area - Joseph Canyon

Map & Directions

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Co-ordinates: 46.0083, -117.0435 Open in Google Maps

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Getting There

From the town of Asotin, WA, head south on Snake River Road for 24.3 miles, then take a slight left turn onto Joseph Creek Road for another 5.3 miles. Turn right onto a dirt road just before the bridge that crosses Joseph Creek.

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Eastern Washington > Palouse and Blue Mountains

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Chief Joseph Wildlife Area

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Chief Joseph Wildlife Area - Joseph Canyon

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