A majestic golden eagle looks over the Snake River gorge at Swan Falls on the Western Heritage Historic Byway.
Public domain. Photo by Aldis Garsvo
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The deep shadows of the river canyon, combined with birds in flight are stunning. The canyon's rugged and remote landscape provides an exceptional traveling experience. It is serene, tranquil, and beautiful.
Public domain. Photo by Larry Ridenhour
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This photo shows the winter beauty of the Snake River Canyon, as seen from Dedication Point.
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The Atlatl is an ancient hunting tool used before the bow and arrow. Visitors to Celebration Park are offered the opportunity to throw these devices at an Atlatl range in Celebration Park.
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This photo displays the Reineke Barn, an example of a gothic arch barn.
Public domain. Photo by John Bertram
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This photo shows the prominent lava butte called Initial Point. It is the beginning survey point in the State of Idaho and is marked as such with a US Geological Survey brass marker on its top.
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This photo shows a school group viewing and learning about petroglyphs carved by early Native Americans.
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This photo shows a close up of a raptor along the Snake River Canyon. First established in 1971, the NCA contains the densest nesting population of raptors in North America.
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Swan Falls Dam was built in 1901 as the first hydroelectric dam on the Snake River. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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