The Gorgeous 1.4-Mile Hike In Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains That Will Lead You Past A Waterfall And Pond

Part of being an Idahoan is feeling the urge to reconnect with nature every once in a while – or, for some of us, more than once in a while! A visit to the Gem State’s gorgeous Sawtooth Wilderness is a great way to do just that. This breathtaking region of central Idaho is home to more hiking trails than you can count, but this one short trail is especially worth checking out. Leading you past a gushing waterfall and a pond covered in lily pads, this 1.4-mile hike is a quick and easy adventure that packs in a ton of beauty.

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Did you know about this short trail in the Sawtooths? What’s your go-to short hike when you feel like reconnecting with nature? Feel free to share your thoughts with us below!