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Tubbs Hill

Coeur d'Alene, ID

Tubbs Hill is a 2 mile loop trail located near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for birding, fishing, hiking, trail running & walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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English Point National Recreation Trail
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

I live about 2 miles west of this trail on Lancatser! I have hiked these trails a million times. All of the trails are short and very easy. Great for horses, kids, runners, mountain bikers, and family outings! The trails are beautiful, lots of amazing scenery! Be careful though, lots of tree roots throughout the trails you might stumble on. Overall a fantastic easy little hike! Shouldn't take you longer than an hour!

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Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

Nice leisurely hike. Great for just a day hike and lunch. Lots of wildlife and fantastic views!

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Tubbs Hill
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

Great hike for small children and runners. Usually quite a bit of people on the mountain. Overall a nice, easy, and short hike!

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Harrison Lake
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

I LOVE Harrison Lake! The hikes isn't too strenuous, but not to easy. Its perfect!! The views on the way up are beautiful as well. There are many creeks and springs to fill up your water with. I took my dogs up there and they loved it as well! The fishing is pretty decent! Small to some decent size cutthroat! When you get to the first campsites keep hiking because there are some awesome ones around. Don't settle for the closest! One of my favorites, I HIGHLY recommend it!

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Mineral Ridge Loop
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20 Completed 6 Reviews

Lot's of switchbacks, but overall the elevation gain is relatively low and the hike proved fairly easy. The trail is mostly forested, and proves to have incredible views of lake Couer D'Alene to the south and up I-90 into the mountains to the north-east. In the fall, the trail is littered with golden tamaracs, I would definitely recommend going during that season. Huzzah!

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Stevens Lakes
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20 Completed 6 Reviews

Stevens Lakes were incredible. The hike itself was fairly strenuous and the elevation gain was nothing to scoff at, but the views along the way and at the end made it entirely worth it. Full of thick forests, rich marshy vegetation, Tamarac trees (especially beautiful in the Fall) and gorgeous peaks, Stevens Lakes is a quiet enough hike, not overly traveled showing no signs of trash or human mistreatment. Will definitely look back into camping there again next summer and hiking around to some of the lakes nearby! Huzzah!

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Indian Cliff Trail
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18 Completed 12 Reviews

Pretty simple hike. It was great for our group of 5. I would suggest it for families and other groups as well. Nice climbs, nice views.

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Canfield Buttes Outer Loop
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18 Completed 12 Reviews

All the Canfield Mtn hikes are both fun and challenging. Most trails are used primarily by dirt bikes and ATVs so the conditions can be pretty bad. The views more than make up for it.

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Moose Lake Loop
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18 Completed 12 Reviews

We hiked all over this trail to the various points it offers. We even took off our outer layer and took a swim in one of the lakes. We were all alone and it was beautiful up there. The road was a bit too rough for my car to feel safe driving on, but the trip was very worth it.

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Chilco Mountains
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18 Completed 12 Reviews

My friend and I loved the hike to the 2 peaks, both offer different views. The parts of the trail with no views (in the forest) are still beautiful and filled with flora and fauna. I would recommend this to anyone who loves the PNW.

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