Leslie Gulch is a canyon in Malheur County, Oregon, United States. It is on the east side of Owyhee Lake, a reservoir on the Owyhee River. Its abundant and striking rock formations are made of tuff.
The gulch was named after a local rancher, Hiram E. Leslie, who was hit by lightning here in 1882. Previously it had been called "Dugout Gulch."
The last 15 miles of the gulch are on a smooth, but curvy gravel road, adding a bit of time to get there.
Phone +1 541 372 3540
Address 97901, United States
Coordinates 43°19'18.565" N -117°19'25.575" E