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Sheep Creek Wild and Scenic River, Idaho
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Description: 25.6 miles of Sheep Creek, from the boundary of the Bruneau-Jarbidge Rivers Wilderness to its confluence with the Bruneau River, is protected as a wild river. The floatable section of Sheep Creek in Idaho is 19.3 miles long and is rated as class II-V+ whitewater. The put in is at Marys Creek. In a narrow winding canyon with sheer vertical walls, the river is difficult to access due to its remoteness and primitive roads.

Location: To the Marys Creek put in:
From Grasmere, on OR 51, go southeast about 7 miles on Sheep Creek Road. Marys Cerek crosses Sheep Creek Road. The wilderness starts just beyond the road.


Address: Bureau of Land Management
Owyhee Field Office
20 First Avenue West
Marsing, ID  83639
Phone: 208-896-5912

Season: spring - fall

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