Bill Chipman Palouse Trail AKA The Moscow Pullman Trail

Here is another great paved trail perfect for getting some exercise with your dog. This trail starts where Perimeter Drive meets the Moscow Pullman Highway in Moscow and shadows the highway to Pullman. It is slightly up hill but you will only notice that if your riding your bike. 😉 Visit their website for more … Continue reading Bill Chipman Palouse Trail AKA The Moscow Pullman Trail

Mary Minerva McCroskey Country Trail

The McCroskey State Park has a lot of offer! “This 5300-acre ridgeline park is dedicated to pioneer women. McCroskey State Park’s highlight is an 18-mile skyline drive through the park on unimproved roads provides spectacular views of the rolling Palouse country and access to 32 miles of multi-purpose trails. Facilities include a group day use … Continue reading Mary Minerva McCroskey Country Trail

Chilco Mountain Trail

Information on this trail is from SummitPost.org: There is plenty of parking for this trail but no water. The two mile hike to the summit provides views of Purcell Trench, Rathdrum Prairie, Coeur d’Alene, St. Joe, Cabinet, and Selkirk Mountain Ranges, and Lake Pend O’Reille “From Coeur d’Alene, drive north on US 95 approximately 15 … Continue reading Chilco Mountain Trail

Centennial Trail Stystem

Here is a trail that everyone in North Idaho has heard of, even if they don’t live near Coeur d’Alene… 🙂 This trail asks that all pets be on leash, with a pack it in pack it out, and don’t disturb the environment (i.e. don’t let your dogs dig everything up). I think this trail … Continue reading Centennial Trail Stystem

Pend Orielle Divide Trail (#67)

I didn’t know about this trail until I did some research on trails in this area – be sure to comment if you have any more information on this hike! Info provided by US FS. Access 1: From Sandpoint take Hwy 200 east 12 miles to Trestle Creek Road 275; turn left onto Road 275 … Continue reading Pend Orielle Divide Trail (#67)

Clifty Mountain Trail (#182)

I’ve heard a lot of people talk about this hike! Directions according to Bonners Ferry Chamber of Comerce: 18 miles southeast of Bonners Ferry via Twenty Mile Road No. 408 and Black Mountain Road No. 274. Vehicle access to trailhead is at saddle east of Black Mountain. Moderate 1.5-mile hike to Clifty Mountain. Outstanding views … Continue reading Clifty Mountain Trail (#182)

Red Top (Hidden Lake) Trail (#102)

Not Red Hook – not Drop Top, Red Top. 🙂 Info from Bonners Ferry Chamber of Commerce : Red Top (Hidden Lake) Trail No. 102. From Highway 1, turn west on Copland Road to Smith Creek Road No. 281 to No. 2545 to trailhead. Short hike to high elevation lake with good views and opportunities … Continue reading Red Top (Hidden Lake) Trail (#102)

Queen Lake and Mountain Trail (#152)

Info from Bonners Ferry Chamber of Commerce: Queen Lake and Mountain Trail No. 152. 15 miles northeast of Bonners Ferry via Meadow Creek Road No. 229 and Queen Mountain Road No. 2542. Moderate half-mile hike to lake from trailhead, over mountain is three-quarters of a mile farther. Excellent views of Moyie River Valley and Purcell … Continue reading Queen Lake and Mountain Trail (#152)