Fall in Cascade
Autumn is a beautiful time to take a drive to the mountains. The change of colors with the aspens and tamaracks, to name a few, are spectacular against the evergreens.
Rare world-class hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and so much more await you!
List of Fall Activites
Sunset Magazine identified Southwest Idaho as having some of the West’s best and least crowded biking trails.
When you’re looking to fish, there are at least five large lakes or reservoirs, five rivers and countless small mountain lakes and streams to choose from in the Lake Cascade Recreation Area.
The Frank Church Wilderness Area, just east of Cascade, is the largest roadless wilderness area in the lower 48 states.
For hunters, the area offers are reason to visit in every season. There are seasons for black bear, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, elk, deer, antelope, turkey, waterfowl and upland game birds.
Mountaineering & Climbing
The majestic mountains throughout the Lake Cascade Recreation Area offer abundant opportunities for mountaineering – rock and ice climbing, from gentle bouldering to some of the longest continuous granite wall climbs in Idaho.
Backcountry flights provide an unforgettable adventure that will take you into remote areas of scenic wilderness.