Trees and Shrubs
Wetland plants such as cattails and bulrush are plentiful along the Snake River. Native dry land vegetation, including big sagebrush and rabbitbrush, survives among the lava rock boulders.
Did You Know?
The Snake River Overlook, a wheelchair accessible viewing platform, allows a view of bluffs about 600 feet high. They consist of strata, or layers of sediments (sands, silts, and clays) deposited by the flooding of rivers flowing into ancient Lake Idaho more than three million years ago.