Blossom Lakes Trail
Looking for a great family hike in an unspoiled part of the Northern Rockies? Take a trip to Blossom Lake straddling the Idaho and Montana border.
The Blossom Lakes Trail is a 6 miles out and back trail located near Murray, Idaho and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from July until October. To get there take the Dobson Pass Road, starting in downtown Wallace and proceed 20 miles north on State Route 456. The road will T at USFS Road 9, turn right (east) and follow approximately 13 miles to the Montana border, going past the historic mining camps of Pritchard and Murray. There’s a large pullout at the state line and good signage.
Jan Cramer of nearby Hayden Idaho had this to say on the All Trails website:
“Great trail! Took my 3 year old son today and had a blast. Want to go back earlier in the day so we have more time to explore up there.”