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Mystery Lake

 
  This lake is so wonderful. Mystery Lake is nice enough to spend more than a day at, Monte Cristo is a nice local campground. Mount Jordan is clearly visible from Mystery Lake, and a spree here wouldn’t be complete without a trip to close by Challis National Forest. Near Mystery Lake is a good 24-mile-in-length run of whitewater on Loon Creek, a type IV-V, this is the Loon Creek Ranger Station to confluence with M. Fork Salmon portion. This run of Loon Creek
    is suggested for skilled whitewater boaters solely. Whitewater rafting or kayaking can get perilous, so check circumstances ahead of going.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Mystery Lake.
 Lakes Near Mystery Lake:
Falconberry Lake, Lemhi County, 13 miles away
 Public Lands Near Mystery Lake:
Challis National Forest, Idaho, 10 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Mystery Lake:
Monte Cristo, Stanley, 4 miles away
Tincup Campground, Custer County, 6 miles away
Transfer Campground, Custer County, 6 miles away
Phillips Creek Transfer Campground, Custer County, 6 miles away
 Hotels Near Mystery Lake:
Knob Hill Inn, Ketchum, 49 miles away
Sun Valley Resort, Sun Valley, 49 miles away
Bellemont Hotel Sun Valley, Ketchum, 50 miles away
Tamarack Lodge, Ketchum, 50 miles away
Limelight Hotel Ketchum, Ketchum, 50 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Mystery Lake:
Sun Valley, Idaho, 48 miles away
      3400 foot drop, 19 lifts, 75 runs
Soldier Mountain, Idaho, 50 miles away
      1425 foot drop, 3 lifts, 36 runs
Lost Trail Powder Mountain, Montana, 83 miles away
      1800 foot drop, 8 lifts, 45 runs
 Whitewater Near Mystery Lake:
Loon Creek, Custer/ Lemhi County, 5 miles away
      Class IV-V - 24 miles long (Loon Creek Ranger Station to confluence with M. Fork Salmon)
Salmon River, Custer County, 12 miles away
      Class IV - 14 miles long (Sunbeam Dam to Holman Creek)
Salmon River, Custer County, 16 miles away
      Class III-IV - 13 miles long (Stanley to Old Sunbeam Dam)

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