Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing
The Sacajawea Cultural and Interpretive center grooms cross-country ski trails when the snow gets deep every winter!
Too much snow to golf? Every Winter, the City of Salmon let skiers blaze their own trails throughout the city golf course when the snow falls – enjoy!
Williams Lake cross country and snowshoe trails: Snowshoeing around the Williams Lake area is a great way to spend a day.
Fat Tire Biking!
Where trails are too soft for regular mountain bikes, or too sparse to protect skiers from subsurface obstacles, fat bikes are filling a gap. Riders do well on mixed terrain, including on trails where the snow is too thin for skiing and on south-facing pitches where dirt is exposed during a low-snow winter.
Downhill Skiing at Lost Trail
Enjoy the beauty and uncrowded slopes of the Rocky Mountains’ hidden jewel and experience affordable family skiing from the top of the Continental Divide. Unbelievable powder at unbelievably low prices!
A volunteer based group committed to bringing the joy of skating to the children in the Salmon area and their families.
Gold Bug Hot Springs – undeveloped, approximately 20 miles south on Highway 93, just south of Elk Bend. Includes 2.5 mile moderately strenuous hike to the hot springs. No overnight camping.
Sharkey Hot Springs – 19 miles southeast of Salmon, Idaho. Traveling southeast of Salmon on Highway 28 to Tendoy, then turn north and follow the signs for Warm Springs Road and Sharkey Hot Springs. The Hot Springs are located about 5 miles from Tendoy, Idaho.
Panther Creek Hot Springs – undeveloped, currently out of use due to mud slides.
Horse Creek Hot Springs – semi-developed, off the Salmon River Road, need USFS map.
Snowmobilers LOVE the Salmon, Idaho and Lemhi County region! Check out the new Idaho Trails maps and smartphone app for Salmon area trails!