For your information, Idaho Power has released the following new item concerning the road to the Hells Canyon Dam and the Hells Canyon Creek Visitor Center in the heart of the canyon. Pack drinking water and a snack, then sit back and enjoy the dramatic scenery if you get delayed. The drive is worth the extra time!
OXBOW, Oregon, Aug. 30, 2023 — Motorists should expect delays as well as dust and gravel on Hells Canyon Road starting Sept. 5, as crews begin chip‑sealing the road surface.
The chip-seal process is expected to take about three weeks. Traffic delays of up to 30 minutes may be necessary from Sept. 5-15, with shorter delays expected Sept. 16-27. The schedule is subject to change due to weather.
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