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Getting to the Redfish Lake Lodge
The drive between Boise and Redfish Lake can be a little tricky, but it’s well worth the trek. Travel north on Highway 21 through Lowman to the junction with Highway 75 in Stanley. Turn south on Highway 75. The turn for Redfish Lake is just after the bridge at the junction of Redfish Lake Creek and the Salmon River.
Hint: The turn is near mile marker 185. It’s about five miles south of Stanley.
The drive from Ketchum to Redfish Lake is easy and boasts some beautiful scenery. Go north on Highway 75 for 60 miles. You’ll pass over Galena Summit before heading through Sawtooth City and Obsidian. The turn for Redfish Lake is just before the bridge at the junction of Redfish Lake Creek and the Salmon River.
Hint: The turn is near mile marker 185. If you reach Stanley, you’ve gone about five miles too far north.
Salt Lake City
riving from Salt Lake City is the most convenient way to travel to the Redfish Lake Lodge. The 356-mile trip North on the interstate through Northern Utah and Southern Idaho is very straightforward and doesn’t require too much pre-trip planning. Here is a link to the route!
Flying from Salt Lake City to Boise is easy, but it doesn’t save you tons of time compared to driving. Plus, you will have to rent a car. Still, daily flights aren’t very expensive and run between both airports on major airlines.
If you love long road trips, then the drive from Los Angeles to Redfish Lake is for you. The most direct route takes about 13 hours and goes straight through Central California and Nevada. Of course, this will require an overnight stay about halfway through (in Nevada).
Flying is the best option for traveling between Los Angeles and the Redfish Lake Lodge. LAX and Burbank both offer flights from most major airlines to Boise daily that are direct and convenient. The flight time is around two hours. Once you land, you can rent a car and drive the route from Boise to Redfish Lake.
The drive from Seattle to the Redfish Lake Lodge is around 10 hours. The most direct route takes you down through Central Washington and Northeast Oregon. You’ll exit Interstate 84 before reaching Boise and wind through the mountains on several small highways before reaching our Lodge. We recommend staying the night north of Boise due to the difficulty of driving through the mountains at night.
If you don’t want to spend all that time in the car, weekly flights from Sea-Tac International Airport to Boise Airport are available. Most notable airlines like American, United, and Delta offer direct flights. Once you land, you can rent a car and drive the route from Boise to Redfish Lake.