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Wallace Lake A-Frame Idaho- Pictures of Wallace Lake

In an earlier post I gave information on the Wallace Lake A-Frame in Idaho. Here are some additional pictures of the lake. It’s a high altitude lake with granite boulders and mountainside bordering one area of the lake. The campground is on the opposite side with the a-frame off by itself. The lake was amazing – not too cold and not too warm. There were numerous wildflowers, butterflies and dragonflies. It’s definitely a magical stop and a great place to go canoeing. If you want to use the a-frame – make sure you reserve it ahead of time. On a side note – the a-frame does not look out over the lake. It’s a short walk away tucked in the woods.

To reserve the a-frame go to:

Road Trips Out West

Are you planning or thinking about taking a road trip out west? Here are some places I can help you with-

Oregon – All over – from the Willamette Valley, Central Oregon, Eastern Oregon, and the Oregon Coast. I have backpacked the Wallowas, the Cascades, Coastal Mountains and more. I can help you out with areas around Fort Rock, Christmas Valley, the Strawberries, Elkhorns, etc.

California – All over the northern region and the Yosemite and Sequoia area. I have also driven most of I5. Redwoods, Elk preserves, Shelter Cove…

Washington – most of the coastal areas, and some of the eastern/central areas.

Montana – I have been all over this state from Missoula, Glacier, Western Region, southern region, from Butte to Billings etc.

Idaho – almost most of this state now from the northern tip to the southern region and all over in-between. Idaho is amazing and has a lot to offer.

Utah – I have backpacked the Wasatch range, traveled Escalante, Bryce, Capital Reef, Moab, Black Canyon, Calf Creek and more.

Colorado – I have driven most of this state from the wildlife preserve at the uppermost western tip to Durango and beyond. I have been to Mesa Verde, Hovenweep, Leadville, Estes Park…