Divide Creek and Webber Lakes

Idaho Falls, Idaho

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Whether you drove or chose to walk the last 1.1 miles of road, the official trail begins from the end of FS 300 next to a trailhead sign. Your immediate surroundings consist of rolling hills. The south-facing slopes across the canyon from you are covered with sage-brush, while the wetter hillsides hosting the trail that face north are cloaked with forests of Douglas-firs. On your immediate right is the small, marshy, willow-choked stream known as Divide Creek.

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"Whether you drove or chose to walk the last 1.1 miles of road, the official trail begins from the end of FS 300 next to a trailhead sign. Your immediate surroundings consist of rolling hills.

The south-facing slopes across the canyon from you are covered with sage-brush, while the wetter hillsides hosting the trail that face north are cloaked with forests of
Douglas-firs. On your immediate right is the small, marshy, willow-choked stream known
as Divide Creek."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Idaho Falls
Distance: 30
Elevation Gain: 5,800 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 3-4 days
Season: Usually open mid-June to October. Best: Late June to mid-July
Local Contacts: Dubois Ranger District, 208-374-5422
Local Maps: USGS Deadman Lake, USGS Scott Peak (all in Montana)

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Jun 2018