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  Rapid River has a type IV bit of whitewater nearby. The 13-mile-long Float Creek to confluence with Middle Fork Salmon segment is wonderful to paddle. This bit of Rapid River is an exciting bit for raft paddling. Marsh Creek has a nearby whitewater bit; the State Highway 21 to Middle Fork Salmon segment is a good 6-mile-in-length class II-III bit of whitewater. When the conditions are right this bit of Marsh Creek is an enjoyable bit of river for kayak paddling.
    Don't neglect to check restrictions before you go kayak paddling to guarantee your protection. There are other spots here than Vanity Lakes, for example Josephus Lake.

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These outdoors activities are available near Vanity Lakes.
 Lakes Near Vanity Lakes:
Langer Lake, Custer County, 5 miles away
Josephus Lake, Custer County, 7 miles away
 Public Lands Near Vanity Lakes:
Challis National Forest, Idaho, 16 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Vanity Lakes:
Josephus Lake, Stanley, 7 miles away
Beaver Creek - Cape Horn, Stanley, 7 miles away
Thatcher Creek Campground, Custer County, 8 miles away
Trap Creek Group, Stanley, 9 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Vanity Lakes:
Soldier Mountain, Idaho, 52 miles away
      1425 foot drop, 3 lifts, 36 runs
Sun Valley, Idaho, 60 miles away
      3400 foot drop, 19 lifts, 75 runs
Tamarack, Idaho, 75 miles away
      2800 foot drop, 8 lifts, 42 runs
 Whitewater Near Vanity Lakes:
Rapid River, Custer County, 4 miles away
      Class IV - 13 miles long (Float Creek to confluence with Middle Fork Salmon)
Marsh Creek, Custer County, 9 miles away
      Class II-III - 6 miles long (State Highway 21 to Middle Fork Salmon)
Salmon River - Middle Fork, Custer County, 12 miles away
      Class III-IV - 8 miles long (Marsh Creek to Boundary Creek)

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