• With over 2.3 million acres of mountain and forest terrain, the Frank Church Wilderness Area is the second largest unit of wildlands in the National Wilderness Preservation System and a popular destination for anyone looking to escape into a thriving natural community.
  • There are 296 maintained trails, spanning over 2,616 miles and 3 mountain ranges located within the Frank Church Wilderness Area that make it a prime location for hiking of all kinds.
  • With some of the deepest canyons in the world carved out by the Salmon River, mountains that rise above 10,000 feet, and 370 species of animals there is no shortage of topographical and ecological diversity within the region.
  • Both the Main Salmon River and the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, make the Frank Church wildlands a valuable spot for river enthusiasts, from trout fisherman to whitewater rafters alike.
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