The Wallowa Mountains are home to superb hunting, hiking, riding, fishing, snowmobiling, skiing and back packing opportunities. “Wallowa” in the language of the Nez Perce means “Land of Winding Waters”.
Wallowa Lake – just one mile from the town of Joseph – boasts some of the best fishing in the state. Home of both Kokanee and Trout, the lake is a popular destination for men and women who love to land a big one!
The Wild and Scenic Imnaha River flows east and north for about 64 miles from its source in the Eagle Cap Wilderness of the Wallowa Mountains to its confluence with the Snake River. Beautiful rugged canyons guard this jewel of a steelhead and rainbow fishery.
The Grande Ronde River is born of mountain snows in the Blue Mountains of Northeast Oregon and embarks on a 200-mile circular journey to join the Snake River in Southeast Washington. This is a serious steelhead river.
The beautiful Wallowa River runs about 50 miles from its outlet on the north end of Wallowa Lake at the foot of the Wallowa Mountains – rightly called ‘The Alps of the West’- in Northeast Oregon to its confluence with the Grande Ronde River. The Wallowa River is a classic western rainbow trout fishery with a good steelhead run.
The Eagle Cap Wilderness & Hells Canyon National Recreation Area make breathtaking settings for outdoor adventures like backpacking, horse packing, hiking and rafting.
Ferguson Ridge Ski Area – called “Fergi” – is between Divide Camp and Joseph. Closer to camp is the Salt Creek Summit cross country and Alpine ski areas.
Hunting in the Imnaha Unit includes elk, deer, bear, cougar, and game birds, including ruffed grouse, blue grouse and turkey.
At Divide Camp, we will coordinate the activities in this amazingly beautiful area with our veterans to create wonderful memories that will forever be welcomed. We will be working with local experienced and licensed guides to ensure the best experience possible.