The Snake River, dividing Idaho on the right and Oregon on the left, heads north through the steep canyon walls of Hells Canyon as seen from Black Point, Idaho. The Snake River begins in Yellowstone National Park, and meanders for 1,035 miles through Wyoming and southern Idaho, then north to form the boundary between Idaho and Oregon. Finally, it enters Washington and turns southwest to join the Columbia River.


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