The City of Asotin is located in the southeastern corner of the State of
Washington. The City is located at the confluence of the Snake River and
Asotin Creek on State Highway 129. The elevation is 760 feet, with mild
winters and an average rainfall of 13.21 inches.
Asotin is the last city along the Snake River route to Hell's Canyon, which is
the deepest gorge on the American continent. Hell's Canyon is 5,500 feet
deep at Dry Diggins. On your return from the canyon, a drop of 20 feet
per river mile makes for fast water and shooting rapids. Bighorn sheep,
elk, deer, black bear and mountain goats may be seen along the banks of the
Asotin is a sportsmans' paradise being surrounded with the
hunting of deer, elk and bird hunting as well as steelhead, sturgeon, catfish
and bass fishing opportunities abound. Hiking, mountain biking and running
are other sports we enjoy in our neighborhood.