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Best trails in Bliss

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Explore the most popular trails near Bliss with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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#1 - Tea Pot and Dead Horse Caves OHV Trail
Bliss, Idaho
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Length: 42.6 mi
Trailer to the starting point just off Hwy. 26 near Bliss, Idaho. The first stop is at a partially frozen waterfall on the "Y" Canal. On the way to the Tea Pot or Tea Kettle Cave, stop by a smaller cave next to the trail.  As you arrive at Tea Pot, you will have to enter it by climbing down the spout. Next stop is the Dead Horse Cave. The main cave is about 100 yards in length and 50 - 60 feet wide in places. The entrance has concrete steps and the cement benches have been constructed on both sides of the cave. If you want you can walk and crawl through several hundred yards of secondary caves that were once connected to the main cave. The cave roof has also collapsed at several points along the route. Heading out to the Hole in the Wall Cabin, you will pass by Bray Lake and upon arrival, the Hole in the Wall cabin doesn't exist. It is a very scenic area though. Ride to the saddle to the west and view Ferguson Flats instead. If you backtrack you can visit the Crist Cabin on Dry Creek.Show more