Southeast of Leadore, Idaho, along the Montana border
Mountainous landscape, moving from foothills to grassy meadows, to the steep cliffs along the Continental Divide, which forms the eastern border of the WSA. Sagebrush-grass communities at lower elevations to forests of Douglas-fir and lodgepole pine at the higher elevations.
Most recreation activity in the WSA is associated with big-game hunting in the fall. Other uses include hiking and sight-seeing.
The WSA is closed to all motorized use. As a result, the WSA has become a popular location for non-motorized big-game hunters.