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Walking Fish Lake

 
  Walking Fish Lake is a beautiful lake in the Bitterroot Range. This lake is so wonderful.
If you came to camp Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge - Upper Lake - USFWS is a good place to do that; the Myers Creek Trail is a nice hiking trail nearby. Not enough hours in a day to enjoy the Bitterroot Range. Camping at Upper Lake Campground is always a delightful experience; a tour to Harriman State Park is a great idea.
Around Walking Fish Lake you
    donít get a lot of rainfall. The wettest month of the year is usually June, that's the one that rains the most; the driest month is February.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Walking Fish Lake.
 Public Lands Near Walking Fish Lake:
Harriman State Park, Idaho, 25 miles away
Henrys Lake State Park, Idaho, 31 miles away
Targhee National Forest, Idaho, 32 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Walking Fish Lake:
Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge - Upper Lake - USFWS, Cameron, 6 miles away
Upper Lake Campground, Beaverhead County, 6 miles away
East Camos Campground, Clark County, 9 miles away
Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge - River Marsh, Spencer, 9 miles away
 Hotels Near Walking Fish Lake:
Super 8 Rexburg, Rexburg, 34 miles away
Quality Inn Rexburg, Rexburg, 34 miles away
Magnuson Hotel Rexburg, Rexburg, 34 miles away
SpringHill Suites Rexburg, Rexburg, 35 miles away
AmericInn Rexburg, Rexburg, 35 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Walking Fish Lake:
Myers Creek Trail, Fremont County, 14 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Walking Fish Lake:
Kelly Canyon, Idaho, 44 miles away
      1000 foot drop, 5 lifts, 26 runs
Moonlight Basin, Montana, 47 miles away
      4166 foot drop, 7 lifts, 97 runs
Big Sky, Montana, 47 miles away
      4350 foot drop, 17 lifts, 150 runs

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