Class II-III Wallowa River, OR

Wallowa Wild and Scenic River (Confluence of the Wallowa and Minam Rivers in the hamlet of Minam to Confluence of the Wallowa and the Grande Ronde Rivers.)

The Wallowa River begins at the confluence of its east and west forks and flows generally northwest through the Wallowa Valley in northeastern Oregon. From the confluence of the Minam and Wallowa Rivers at Minam, Oregon, to its confluence with the Grande Ronde River, the Wallowa is the gateway to the wild and scenic Grande Ronde River. Approximately 10 miles in length, the river is classified as recreational. It offers incredible fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing and floatboating, as well as a state park for camping. (

Section Details

Trip Length Partial Day, 10.0 Miles
Notes Co-managed with Oregon State Parks
Fishing Yes
Camping Yes
Permit Yes
Manager Bureau of Land Management; OPRD, Vale District Baker Field Office
Wild & Scenic Yes
Water Trail No
Partner Information
Description American Whitewater