Reaching remote Garden Creek Ranch is a journey across rough terrain spanning a wide range of elevations. Cleaved by Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in the United States, Garden Greek is part of the Craig Mountain Wildlife Management Area, supporting Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, elk, mountain lion, wolverine, black bear, ruffed grouse, partridge and quail.
To date, nine rare plant species have been identified in the vicinity, including Spalding's silene, western ladies tress and stalk-leaved monkey flower. The Conservancy and its partners have protected over 90,000 acres here.
Facilities: Walk-in access only unless prior arrangements are made. Access available to boaters from the Snake River. No facilities are available to visitors.