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Coeur d'Alene Trails | Trails

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…

Bonners Ferry Trails | Trails

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…

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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…

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Two Mouth Lakes Trail (Trail #268)

I still have yet to do this trail but wanted to post the info for others. Please leave comments and let others know about your experience. 🙂 This trail is great for horses / pack animals too. This 5.5 mile trail leads you to the lakes! Directions: Take Road 633 west of Bonners Ferry through…

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Long Canyon Trail (Trail #16)

I’m hoping to do this trail next summer with my family as a 4-5 day backpacking trip. From what I hear it is a beautiful trail that includes old growth forests and views of Long and Parker Canyons. According to bonnersferry.info be prepared to see grizzlies and caribou! The full loop it is 32 miles…

Sandpoint Trails | Trails

Mineral Point Trail (#82)

Here is a summation of what others say about it: scenic views of the Green Monarchs and Lake Pend Oreille from this 2.1 mile single track bike or hiking trail. Take Highway 95 south from Sandpoint 6 miles to Sagle Road, turn left and go 6 miles to the Garfield Bay turn-off on the right,…