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There’s something mysterious about snaking your way up a narrow desert canyon. Each bend in Nature’s hallway yields intimate views of desert life, such as wildflowers and wild grasses clinging to small pockets of dirt in the cliffs; geological formations in an array of colors and shapes; lichen in vibrant colors sprinkled everywhere; and signs of wildlife, such as nests in bushes, coyote scat on the trail or critter tracks in the mud.


The view of the rimrock walls going down to the Snake River in Hells Canyon is always breathtaking, no matter how many times you see it.