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Idaho

Formation Springs

A southeastern Idaho wonderland of travertine terraces, crystal springs and caves.


At the base of the rolling Aspen Mountains, less than five miles outside of Soda Springs, this 195-acre preserve supports a series of remarkable geological formations surrounding magnificent terraced mineral pools and an underground cave. It is a refuge for waterfowl, deer, elk and several rare plant communities.

Hiking, wildlife viewing, caving.

Facilities: This is not a staffed preserve. Undeveloped trails and seasonal outhouse available for visitors.

For more info call: (208) 533-4350.

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