What to do when visiting the Birch Leaf?

You might ask yourself, what is there to do while visiting the Birch Leaf?
Visiting here you can get away from it all and truly enjoy the great outdoors. Just 5 miles north, Red Mountain climbs to an impressive 9,500 feet and forms the southern end of the Wallowa Mountains and Eagle Cap Wilderness.
15 miles east, on the Idaho border, lays the Snake River and 6,000 foot-deep Hell's Canyon. Summer activities include white-water rafting, fishing and hunting, llama trekking, hiking and backpacking. During the summer and fall we also have extensive flower gardens, fruit orchards, and a swimming pond at the back of the property.
During the winter, enjoy over 250 miles of nearby  snowmobile trails. At an elevation of 3200 feet, we enjoy a sunny growing season, spectacular fall colors, and incredible powder snow in the winter.
One of our favoriate things to do while at the Birch Leaf is to simply sit on the deck and enjoy the amazing surroundings, or take in the clear starlit sky with the sound of crickets and the breeze rustling through the nearby trees. 

When you want more space and privacy than a hotel affords, the Birch Leaf Guest House is the perfect place to get out and away from it all.
For more information and pricing, please visit our Rates & Reservations page. For availability, to make a reservation, or if you have any questions, please call us 208-608-4399.