Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge Trails

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Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge: Hot Springs Campground :: Lakeview, OR

There’s out there, there’s really out there, and then there’s getting to Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge from the nearest town of Frenchglen, population 117. You follow OR 205 south about 10 miles, then turn onto a gravel road, often washboard

Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge and the Warner Valley :: Burns, OR

Hart Mountain is a large fault block that rises abruptly almost 3,600 feet above the wetlands of the Warner Valley. From the sharp peaks of the west side, the refuge slopes gently down toward the Catlow Valley to the east. In sharp contrast to the fa

Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge :: Lakeview, OR

Your arrival route is part of the Lakeview to Steens National Backcountry Byway. The refuge road system then continues your discovery, serving up wildlife sightings and stunning dry landscapes. Antelope are the primary attraction. The isolated camp c

DeGarmo Canyon :: Plush, OR

A high-desert trek through a canyon in the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge leads to an unexpected waterfall and a fun, challenging optional loop. A narrow crack into the belly of this fault block mountain, DeGarmo Canyon is among the very f

Fisher Hot Springs :: Plush, OR

Potluck tub(s) on a desert road near Crump Lake and Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. Wear what you normally bathe in. Fisher is one of seven thermal springs in the Crump Geyser Geothermal Area and has surface temperatures ranging up to 154 deg

Hart Mountain (Antelope) Hot Springs :: Frenchglen, OR

A walled-in concrete tub plus a small primitive pool within Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. Skinny-dippable with discretion. The primary soak at Hart Mountain is a 7- by 10-foot soaking pool bordered by a concrete walkway and cinder block wal

Antelope (Hart Mountain) Hot Springs :: Plush, OR

A high-elevation, primitive hot spring located in the center of the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. Situated near the head of Rock Creek in an aspen-dotted meadow, Antelope Hot Springs is a relaxing soak for up to half a dozen people. The

Poker Jim Ridge :: Lakeview, OR

Escape to the wild expanse of the southeast Oregon desert and the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, home to more than 330 species of animals, including the elusive pronghorn antelope. This hike takes you on a cross-country adventure along the