Solace-seekers and extreme adventurers find plenty of river and always one more bend to explore. Between the Clearwater and Snake rivers, water enthusiasts have miles and miles of recreation to choose from. Boat launches give easy access to fishermen, wake boarders, and waterskiers. Grab some supplies for a picnic and set up on one of the many sandy beaches for the day. Or search out a quiet lagoon to relax and enjoy the river, launch a paddleboard, or throw a line.
Whether you’re a road bicyclist, mountain biker or casual rider, the Lewis-Clark Valley has a trail for you. Mountain biking enthusiasts can enjoy miles of dirt trails in Hells Gate State Park and the attached recreational area. With views of the Snake River and nearby Craig Mountains, it’s a scenic and peaceful place to escape people and traffic.
Explore and access the incredible views along the way to more than 25 miles of paved pathways on the Clearwater Snake National Recreation Trail system. Here you’ll find locals and visitors accessing the trails year round all the way from Asotin to Hells Gate State Park in Lewiston.