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Boise National Forest Overall Rating: X
5,200 ft Water Temperature: 105
NE of Cascade, ID: Warm Lake Area Usage Level: n/a

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10.28.03: Hi there


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Pool Condition
Rock wall has collapsed in places and is in desperate need of re-construction (it's not worth it though, leave it be).
Dates Visited: Trash Levels: Bug Levels:
04.29.07 None None
10.28.03 None None

Water Clarity:
n/a

Visibility:
High

Odor(s):
Slight Sulfur

Wildlife Sighted: Deer

Seasonal Notes
Access Forest Service Road is not maintained during winter. Snow shoes, horses and/or electric sled can get you there though.

Camping Notes
There is plenty of Boise National Forest camping nearby - no camping at the springs.

Briefings

04.29.07
Molly's Toe was very submerged under the beginnings of springs runoff.
Rating X

10.28.03
I haven't see or heard of this hot springs... ever! I can imagine it is underwater during spring runoff and most of the summer. The hot spring has a light flow, but hot temps. It looks like at one time there was a pool built to catch the hot outflow. You won't find a soak here, even with a little re-designing I think you would be hard pressed for a decent soak. Works great for a foot soak though!
Rating X

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