From leisure to adventure, the opportunities are endless: playing in a paddleboat, sunbathing on the beach, kayaking nearby whitewater, exploring the lake by canoe, reading on the front porch, photographing the scenic beauty, hiking, rock-climbing, whitewater rafting, horseback riding…
REDFISH BIKE RENTALS
The Stanley Basin boasts some of the finest mountain biking trails in the nation. Challenge yourself on one of the popular loops – Fisher/Williams, Potato Mountain, or Elk Mountain. Or, stay close to the lake on the Fishhook Creek trail. A great ride for all ages. If a mountain trail is not your thing, cruise around the lake on one of our comfort cruisers or tandem cruisers. The bike rental shop sits right next to the Lodge in front of our General Store. We have bikes for all interests and ages.
|Redfish Bike Rentals||Full Day||Half Day||Two Hour|
|Bike Path Comfort Cruiser||$30.00||$25.00||$20.00|
|Mountain with Front Suspension||$40.00||$35.00||$25.00|
Water sports abound at Redfish Lake. The Marina offers boat rentals, scenic lake tours, and a lake shuttle.
Redfish Lake offers opportunities for fly fishing and spin casting. Rainbow and Dolley Varden trout are found with Landlocked salmon and Kokanee in the lake. Fishing licenses and rental equipment are available in Stanley, just 6 miles from the Lodge. We have basic fishing supplies in our General Store. Other good fishing areas include the Salmon River, Stanley Lake, or any of the hiking lakes. High mountain lakes produce Brookies and Cutthroat trout.
Guided fly-fishing trips:
The Redfish Corrals offer 1 1/2 hour, half day, and full day scenic rides. Ask about the “Alpine Ride” where you climb 3000 feet to the Sawtooth Divide. Pack lunches, route planning, and guides are available.
The sandy beaches along the lake are perfect for swimming, wading, and sun bathing.
Ask the Front Desk to borrow some games.
On rainy days, the Rustic Lounge has board and card games that maybe borrowed and played in the lodge or back at your cabin.
More…activities near Redfish …whitewater rafting, hot springs, ghost towns, and much more!
The rugged Sawtooth Mountains provide some of the most challenging and unoccupied granite walls in the Western U.S.
The Marina offers a boat shuttle to the other side of the lake where many mountain climbers start their trek.
Itineraries, maps, and guides are available at the General Store and in Stanley.
The Sawtooth Mountain Guides offer climbing instruction in the Sawtooth Mountains.
Hundreds of miles of trail in the Sawtooth and White Cloud Wilderness areas, including several interesting day hikes right from Redfish Lake Lodge. Maps and guides are available.
Unsurpassed photographic and painting opportunities: alpine glow on the peaks, wildflower meadows, and wildlife. Redfish Lake is arguably the most photographed spot in all of Idaho.
The USFS Redfish Lake Visitors Center offers exhibits and tours, as well as campfire programs at its outdoor amphitheater. The Visitor’s Center is open on Saturday and Sundays only beginning the second Saturday of June until Labor Day weekend.
Fishhook Creek Nature Trail
This short and fascinating self-guided tour begins at the Visitor Center and criss-crosses the Fishhook Creek boardwalk. Relaxing and fun for the kids.