Webber Creek Trail is a 15.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Dubois, Idaho that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length15.8 miElevation gain2,979 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Rachel Leavitt
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HikingGreat!

So beautiful! Had a great time hiking along the creek. And we found more wild raspberries and strawberries than I've ever seen before! The road to get to the trailhead is good. We drove our sedan up there and just had to drive a little slower but nothing crazy. Also we did not experience any mosquitos! Overall it was amazing. I love finding these hidden gems of Idaho!

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Lyssa Linger
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HikingRocky

Backpacked in with a 10, 11 & 16 year old kids as a family and camped overnight at the lake. It was beautiful! The lake was much smaller than I anticipated it would be. There is about 1 mile with no water access a long the trail. There is a small creek to get water just above the lake. We hiked to the second lake which was larger but there was a lot more snow. It is definitely a hike we will do again.

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Forest N
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HikingRocky

So there’s 2 ways to get to the upper lakes you can go in thru the Webber creek campground or thru the cow camp way. Both are stunning, however the campground way is a shorter and easier hike. If you go thru the cow camp way you’ll come to divide lake fist then it’s slot of uphill and stunning views. I’d recommend however that you take the campground way for your first time so you know what landmarks to look for when/if you do the cow camp way. The trail was clear and without any problems. Overall it’s a fantastic trail to backpack.

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Timothy Smith
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HikingRockySnow

A very nice and quite hike. Made this a two day hike; did 7 miles on first day, camped, then finished the trail and hiked back down the next day (9 miles). A few notes: there are A LOT of rock slides over the trail, so be sure to have medium/hard soles on your hiking boots or your arches will melt. At this time of year, around 9,300 ft, there is still a lot of snow on the trail, but it was packed well. Also, some of the meadows at lower altitudes were flooding from all the melt. There is a running river all the way up the trail just in case you don't want to pack water. Saw one moose, no bears. Really awesome hike.

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Kevin Kelley
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Hiking

An incredibly beautiful, hidden gem of a trail. The trail itself has a nice moderate uphill climb. The canyon at the end is breathtaking. Well worth the effort. There's a good amount of shade, and plenty of spots to filter water.

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Amanda Cervantes
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Backpacking

Beautiful. Backpacked in, stayed one night. First 4-5 miles is fairly easy, last bit is steep in some spots. Beautiful at the lakes, amazing really. Tried to fish, no sign of fish. Some new deadfall. Lots of run off. Narrow trail. Saw mtn bikers on our way out.

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Glenda Bittner
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Camping

One of our favorite places in Idaho. Absolutely beautiful! Gravel roads into campground - best with a four wheel drive truck, but our little Honda CRV made it okay. Not another soul around while we were there. We camped in the campground and hiked in and out the next day. Didn't do the entire trail this trip, but in the past we backpacked in and spent the night along the trail.

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Matthew Gilbert
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First to Review

Great hike, disappointed not to see some wildlife but wife and I were amazed at the beauty, stark contrast from the lower hills

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spencer jackson
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spencer jackson
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Aimee Ilgenfritz
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Aimee Ilgenfritz
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Chuck Rizzo
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