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One Of The Most Beautiful Lakes in Southeast Idaho

Bloomington Lake 

We would have never heard about Bloomington Lake if it wasn’t for a getaway with our friends that took us up to Bear Lake. In the past, we have always just stayed in Garden City but this time we were in St. Charles, Idaho. Before taking a trip, Jess always likes to jump on google maps to scout out the area to see if there might be some interesting stops along the way. That is when we found out about Bloomington Lake! This crystal-clear, mountain lake is situated in Bloomington Canyon and characterized by the beautiful blue water and the steep cliffs on the north side of the lake. The best part about it in our opinion though, the epic rope swing!

Our time at Bloomington Lake

We got up fairly early one morning we were visiting and decided to take a drive out to see this fantastic spot. The hike was simple and the views incredible. If you manage to work up the courage to swing into the lake the next challenge would be cliff jumping from the sheer cliffs alongside the lake. Since the morning was a bit chilly when we visited we opted for neither of those options and enjoyed taking in the fresh air and gorgeous scenery. During one point, Jess took her camera to go and get some shots and Steve found the most perfect rock formation for a little snooze. We called it Nature’s Lazy Boy and later both enjoyed cuddling on it while watching the rising sun. The moral of this blog post? Take time to look for hidden gems along the way instead of just focusing on a final destination. If you do, you may just find out why you were travelling after all. ALSO, Idaho is beautiful and you can never go wrong with visiting this awesome state 😉

Part Time Tourists, Bloomington Lake

Part Time Tourists, Bloomington Lake

Part Time Tourists, Bloomington Lake

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