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Grande Ronde River: Above Starkey to Snake River Professional Review and Guide
"The Grande Ronde River begins in the Elkhorn Mountains and flows more than 185 miles to the Snake River. It begins as a mountain stream and ends by making a large-volume contribution to the Snake in southeastern Washington. Most of the Grand Ronde is lazy Class I and II water, passing through isolated areas. Scenery changes from forested hills with jagged basalt and thick undergrowth to the open Grande Ronde Valley. The river then flows into a steep-walled canyon through stepped foothills of the Wallowa mountains and ends in a desert."
--Robb Keller, Paddling Oregon (Falcon Guides).
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