Accueil » Photos » Boating down Idaho's South Fork of the Snake River

Boating down Idaho's South Fork of the Snake River

Boating down Idaho's South Fork of the Snake River

The majestic South Fork of the Snake River flows for 66 miles through high mountain valleys, rugged canyons, and broad flood plains. Among recreationists throughout the country, the South Fork is known as a premier blue ribbon trout fishery, and was selected as the host site for the 1997 World Fly-Fishing Championship. More than 300,000 anglers, campers, hikers, boaters and other recreationists use the South Fork each year.

Photo by Bob Wick, BLM.

The Bureau of Land Management's recreation resources and visitor services support strong local economies and public land conservation. As we work to enhance recreational opportunities for the American family, we strive to remain a good neighbor. This means respecting how communities use the public lands, as well as including their voices in our management decisions.

(plus d'infos...)

Photo prise @ Swan Valley le 4 août 2014 (© mypubliclands / Flickr)

Voir aussi :
 idaho, snake river, rivers, water, boating, boats, camping, hiking, recreation, bureau of land management, scenic, nature
 

Photos Scenic