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Idaho Game Management Unit Dworshak Elk City Wolf

  • ID:Dworshak - Elk City
  • State:ID
  • Species:Wolf
  • Area:3,395 square miles
  • Elevation:1,000 ft - 8,800 ft
  • Public Lands:2,045 square miles
  • Percent Public Lands:61%
  • Block Management Walk-ins:4
  • Campgrounds:46
  • Fishing Access Sites:3
  • Trailheads:30
  • Recent Forest Fire Activity:2,166 acres
  • National Forests:Clearwater National Forest, Nez Perce National Forest, Payette National Forest, Saint Joe National Forest
  • Lat-Long:46.173926, -115.845694

The Dworshak - Elk City zone regulates hunting opportunities for wolf in Idaho and covers 3,395 square miles. Public lands comprise 2,045 square miles (61%) of the total land covered by this game management unit. The greater region is best serviced by Grangeville, and Ahsahka. The elevation of the region ranges from a low of 1,000 feet to a high of 8,800 feet above sea level. Wildfires have burned nearly 2,166 acres here in the last two years, providing opportunities for new vegetation and attracting a variety of wildlife. This area contains 46 campgrounds, and 3 public fishing access sites. There are 30 trailheads that provide public gateways to these forested and wilderness areas: Clearwater National Forest, Nez Perce National Forest, Payette National Forest, Saint Joe National Forest, Gospel-Hump Wilderness, Grandmother Mountain Wilderness Study Area, Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. Additionally, 4 sites are open to the public for access to managed private lands.

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