Gospel Hump contains varying terrain from deep forests to steep mountains, lakes, and rivers. Located southeast of Grangeville, Idaho, Gospel Hump is well over 200,000 acres. Home of the Nez Perce Indians and miners during the gold rush days, this area also houses abundant wildlife such as moose, mountain lions, mountain goats, big horn sheep, wolves and varying species of fish. Elevations range from 1,900 feet at Wind River to 8,900 feet at Buffalo Hump.
Use this map to navigate the trails of the Gospel Hump Wilderness. Published by the U.S. Forest Service, this map is essential for anyone planning a hike in this beautiful region of the Northwest!
|Map Type||Trail Map|
|Publisher||US Forestry Service|