Birch Leaf Farm & Guest House
- Airport Shuttle
- Pets Allowed
- Swimming Pool
- Smoking Allowed
You will find the Birch Leaf Guest House at the head of Pine Valley in Northeast Oregon near Halfway. We are quietly tucked away between Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness and Idaho's Hell's Canyon at the south end of the Wallowa Mountains. The Guest House is the perfect place to spend the night before rafting down Hells Canyon, or to stop over on your back country tour of the Wallowas from Halfway to Joseph, or whatever adventure brings you to this amazing outdoor paradise.
The Birch Leaf Guest House is a beautiful farm house originally built in 1906, recently updated with all of our modern amenities. The main Guest House sleeps up to 11 people with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. For parties of more than 8 guests, we offer access to two more bedrooms and another 1/2 bath. We have a lovely dining room and library area, separate TV room, two covered wrap around decks, and a kitchen stocked with cooking staples ready for your use.
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 in the area include white-water rafting, fishing and hunting, llama trekking, hiking and backpacking. During the summer and fall we have natural flower gardens, fruit orchards, and a pond at the back of the property. During the winter, enjoy snowmobile trail riding access directly from the property.
At an elevation of 3200 feet, we enjoy a sunny growing season, spectacular fall colors, and incredible powder snow in the winter. Enjoy relaxing on the deck taking in the beautiful scenery or the clear starlit sky with the sound of crickets and the breeze rustling through the trees nearby.
The Birch Leaf is a working farm. During your stay, you will likely find Butch out doing maintanence of one kind or another. From harvesting, to fencing, to moving the wheel and hand lines, there's always some farming going on!