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  • Cascade, Idaho

    Camp at Blue Lake

    5.0
    Blue Lake is a great spot to spend a night next to the lake but is also the perfect escape if you're looking to get away for just the day. The stars at night are worth the trip alone, as it's far away from light pollution. It gets a little windy sometimes but there is plenty of cover and trees to...
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  • Cascade, Idaho

    Snowshoe Lake Cascade State Park

    1.5 mi / 100 ft gain
    Lake Cascade sits at about 4700' above sea level, the starting point for this snowshoe (or light nordic skiing). To arrive, follow signs on hwy 55 in Cascade for Lake Cascade State Park. Any car will do, including the Prius, to get to Lake Cascade, but watch the weather for snow storms. Pay $5 do...
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  • McCall, Idaho

    Soak at Gold Fork Hot Springs

    1.0
    It takes almost two hours, when you leave from Boise, Idaho to Gold Fork Hot Springs. You will feel like you’re at a resort without paying the expensive resort fees. You can stay all day, tan on tanning chairs, and relax. I have visited this destination more than a handful of times and I'm excite...
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  • New Meadows, Idaho

    Camp at Last Chance Campground

    5.0
    Last Chance Campground is located in New Meadow, Idaho, and about 30 minutes away from the tourist town of McCall. It is a perfect location to get lost in nature, but still want to remain connected. Cell phone service was very excellent. Goose Creek slips it's way alongside the campground, bringi...
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  • McCall, Idaho

    Mountain Bike the Huckleberry Bay Loop

    6.5 mi / 1250 ft gain
    Park at the visitor center for Ponderosa State Park to start. If you don't want to pay for parking you can park in the residential area outside of town or even in town, which is only a mile away from the park and has bike friendly roads to get to the state park.  If you want more challenging down...
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  • McCall, Idaho

    Climbing at Thinking Spot

    The thinking spot isn't a secret spot but it will seem like it when you arrive at an empty crag with dozens of routes all to yourself. There are climbs ranging from 5.7 to 5.11 so there's something for most. Though directions to get to the crag exist on Mountain project, there is practically no b...
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  • Garden Valley, Idaho

    Camp at Rocky Canyon Hot Springs

    4.0
    Idaho is known for its pristine rivers and countless geothermal pools. The Rocky Canyon Hot Springs epitomizes both of these and will leave you begging to stay. From Boise, hop in the car and head north, I'll see you in Crouch. Take Hwy. 55 to Banks, which doubles as a landmark town to remember t...
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  • Halfway, Oregon

    Hidden Lake via East Eagle Trailhead

    5.0
    18.52 mi / 3789 ft gain
    The Wallowa Mountains are one of Oregon's best-kept secrets, and this overnight backpack into the Eagle Cap Wilderness will deliver you into the heart of the range. Following the East Eagle Creek through a valley filled with meadows and the occasional aspen, you will be surrounded by towering gra...
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  • Halfway, Oregon

    Eagle Cap Wilderness Loop

    5.0
    40.13 mi / 10630 ft gain
    The top trip in Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness takes you in a loop around Eagle Cap, Oregon's 13th tallest peak and through three high mountain passes. East Eagle trailhead has two main parking lots, the first one you come to is a trailer parking lot meant for horse trailers, but make sure you dri...
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  • Joseph, Oregon

    Camp at Bonny Lakes

    7.8 mi / 1300 ft gain
    Starting at 6,490' in elevation, you get to experience all the benefits of hiking high up in the Eagle Cap Wilderness without the long, steep ascents typically found in the Wallowa Mountains. The trail starts in a forest that burned in a 1989 fire. You will soon reach your first of many stream cr...
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  • Pollock, Idaho

    Hike to Upper Hazard Lake via Hard Creek

    5.0
    4.8 mi / 500 ft gain
    Trail 169 starts out of a small campground off Hazard Lake road. To get to the trailhead, you leave paved roads for about 15 miles of travel on a gravel road, fit for any vehicle - no worries Prius. The campground seems like a suspiciously unofficial campground (nothing wrong with that) but also ...
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Camping and Lodging in Cambridge

Spring Creek Campground
Weiser, Idaho

Spring Creek Campground

Buck Park Cabin
Cambridge, Idaho

Buck Park Cabin

Mann Creek Campground
Weiser, Idaho

Mann Creek Campground

Third Fork Cabin
Ola, Idaho

Third Fork Cabin

Evergreen Campground
Council, Idaho

Evergreen Campground

French Creek
Cascade, Idaho

French Creek