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Lost Lake

  This lake is so wonderful. If you came for an overnight stay Elk Creek Cabins - Boise National Forest is a delightful spot to camp. A pleasant trip to Lost Meadows is a tremendous way to spend an afternoon.
Lost Lake is one of the lakes here in the Salmon River Mountains. Lakes are good; Deadwood Reservoir is a lake that's right next door to Lost Lake. Camping is available at Sack Creek Campground, and Boise National Forest is a good place.
    highs at Lost Lake regularly tend to be in the 80's with night lows in the 40's. Daytime highs through the wintertime are in the 30's while the cold winter nights at Lost Lake are in the 10's.

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These outdoors activities are available near Lost Lake.
 Lakes Near Lost Lake:
Deadwood Reservoir, Valley County, 15 miles away
 Public Lands Near Lost Lake:
Boise National Forest, Idaho, 37 miles away
Challis National Forest, Idaho, 39 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Lost Lake:
Sack Creek Campground, Valley County, 4 miles away
Elk Creek Cabins - Boise National Forest, Boise, 7 miles away
Tennessee Creek Campground, Valley County, 7 miles away
Bear Valley Campground, Valley County, 7 miles away
 Hotels Near Lost Lake:
Ashley Inn, Cascade, 44 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Lost Lake:
Tamarack, Idaho, 52 miles away
      2800 foot drop, 8 lifts, 42 runs
Bogus Basin, Idaho, 53 miles away
      1800 foot drop, 7 lifts, 52 runs
Soldier Mountain, Idaho, 57 miles away
      1425 foot drop, 3 lifts, 36 runs
 Whitewater Near Lost Lake:
Bear Valley Creek, Valley County, 12 miles away
      Class II-III - 7 miles long (Fir Creek Campground to Middle Fork Salmon confluence)
Deadwood River, Boise County, 15 miles away
      Class IV-V - 14 miles long (Deadwood Reservoir to End of Road)
Salmon River - Middle Fork, Valley/Lemhi County, 15 miles away
      Class III-IV - 96 miles long (Boundary Creek to Cache Bar)

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