Imnaha River Indian Crossing Campground to Snake River

Imnaha, Oregon

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The Imnaha flows from a glacial tarn about 7,000 feet above sea level on the flank of Eagle Cap peak (9,675 feet) in the Wallowa Mountains. The river valley drops as low as 3,000 feet at the Imnaha's confluence with the Snake River. The river's forested upper section contains logs, some of which have been "installed" by the Forest Service to create better fish habitat. In the section of river FR 3955 to the town of Imnaha, a good dirt road parallels the river for about 15 miles.

Imnaha River: Indian Crossing Campground to Snake River Professional Review and Guide

"The Imnaha flows from a glacial tarn about 7,000 feet above sea level on the flank of Eagle Cap peak (9,675 feet) in the Wallowa Mountains. The river valley drops as low as 3,000 feet at the Imnaha's confluence with the Snake River.

The river's forested upper section contains logs, some of which have been "installed" by the Forest Service to create better fish habitat. In the section of river FR 3955 to the town of Imnaha, a good dirt road parallels the river for about 15 miles."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Imnaha
Distance: 60
Elevation Loss: 3,600 feet
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Class: Class III-IV
Season: April through July
Local Contacts: Oregon Bureau of Land Management, 503-952-6001; Oregon River Levels, 503-261-9246

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Jun 2018