The rugged landscape surrounding McCall and Cascade is a complex puzzle of craggy mountains, forested ridges, open meadows, and V-shaped canyons. Hundreds of lakes dot the high cirques, from the diminutive Fogg Lake to the mile-long Box Lake. A multitude of spectacular rivers find their birth near the area including the Payette, the Secesh, and the East and South Fork of the Salmon. Numerous impressive peaks—Granite Mountain, Beaverdam Peak, Storm Peak, Victor Peak, Snowbank Mountain— dot the landscape.
The Hiker’s Guide to McCall & Cascade explores 55 treks throughout the area. Hiking opportunities range from easy strolls along rushing rivers to demanding ascents of over 3,000 feet to high mountain summits. This is the definitive guide for McCall hikers.