Salmon National Forest Hawley Creek Upper Campground Idaho

Salmon–Challis National Forest is located in east central sections of the U.S. state of Idaho. At 4,235,940 acres it is one of the largest national forests in the lower 48 states and also has most of the land area of the Frank Church–River of No Return Wilderness, which is the largest wilderness area south of Alaska.
  • Location: Idaho, United States
  • Established: July 1, 1908
  • Nearest city: Salmon, Idaho
  • Area: 4,235,940 acres (17,142.2 km²)
  • Governing body: U.S. Forest Service
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