Hiking Trails Near Ketchum, ID
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Hiking Trails Near Ketchum, ID

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Ketchum has 15 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 19 miles in length. The most popular trails are Fourth of July Creek to Born Lakes, East Pass Creek and Prairie Creek Loop. Trails.com member Julie C. recently completed Baker Lake. See all Ketchum trails.
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Stunning views of the White Cloud Peaks abound here, with numerous subalpine lakes. This ...
Beautiful Baker Lake is a short, easy hike in Idaho’s Smoky Mountains. It’s a fairly easy ...
This hike climbs from forest to rock. There are numerous wildflowers, springs, cascades, ...
Glaciated mountain scenery, several small lakes, and interesting geology.
Adams Gulch is a heavily used area due to its close proximity to Ketchum. The trails here ...
The East Pass Creek trail has some amazing views, a large waterfall, and many resident ...
A “borderline soak” on the edge of Warm Springs Creek, just downstream from Frenchman’s ...
Potluck soaks in a dry field above Magic Reservoir. Swimwear essential. The source (125 ...
Includes: Baker Lake and Norton Lakes Loop. A roadside retreat with a mountain view. Semi-skinnydippable. ...
Popular roadside soaks on a creek in the Smoky Mountains. Public nudity a no-no. Frenchman’s ...
Take in the wildflowers and access the Devil’s Bedstead West.
Splendid forest, rugged mountain, meadow, and subalpine scenery. The trail up the West ...
The short West Fork trail follows a meadowy creek that sinks into a rockslide and emerges ...
The Prairie Creek Loop accesses scenic mountains and several subalpine lakes. Trail 133, ...
The Left Fork holds rugged mountain scenery with more wildlife and geological variety ...
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