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  Yeah, come up here to the Clearwater Mountains for a splendid time. There's so much to do here at Shasta Lake that you need to camp here for a while, Fog Mountain Trailhead is a splendid site for that. A visit to Old Man Meadows revitalizes the spirit, and Shasta Lake is in the vicinity of Clearwater National Forest which is a scenic location.
Nearby there is a magnificent 9-mile-from-start-to-finish category III-IV whitewater segment, the Wilderness
    Gateway bridge to Split Creek Pack Bridge sector of Lochsa River. This segment of Lochsa River is not a site for beginners to come raft paddling single-handedly.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Shasta Lake.
 Public Lands Near Shasta Lake:
Clearwater National Forest, Idaho, 12 miles away
Nez Perce National Forest, Idaho, 38 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Shasta Lake:
Shady Creekssissippi River Pools 11-22, -blank-, 4 miles away
Fog Mountain Trailhead, Elk City, 7 miles away
Green Flat Campground, Idaho County, 7 miles away
Wilderness Gateway, Pierce, 9 miles away
 Hotels Near Shasta Lake:
Alpine Lodge, Red River, 22 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Shasta Lake:
Lookout Pass, Idaho, 67 miles away
      1150 foot drop, 4 lifts, 34 runs
Silver Mountain, Idaho, 88 miles away
      2200 foot drop, 7 lifts, 73 runs
Brundage Mountain, Idaho, 89 miles away
      1800 foot drop, 5 lifts, 46 runs
 Whitewater Near Shasta Lake:
Lochsa River, Idaho County, 10 miles away
      Class III-IV - 9 miles long (Wilderness Gateway bridge to Split Creek Pack Bridge)
Selway River, Idaho County, 12 miles away
      Class III - 7 miles long (Selway Falls to Boyd Creek Campground)
Fish Creek, Idaho County, 12 miles away
      Class IV - 1.5 miles long (Forest Service Road to Lochsa River)

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