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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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Right Fork of Fall Creek
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1 Completed 2 Reviews

There is a camp on the right fork of fall creek just as the trail splits to go to Moose Lake or up to Surprise Valley. The trail has a steep section at the beginning then crosses the creek. You then follow up the right fork drainage and on up. The trail of the Right Fork ends at the fork to Moose Lake.

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Right Fork of Fall Creek
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1 Completed 2 Reviews

There is a camp on the right fork of fall creek just as the trail splits to go to Moose Lake or up to Surprise Valley. The trail has a steep section at the beginning then crosses the creek. You then follow up the right fork drainage and on up. The trail of the Right Fork ends at the fork to Moose Lake.

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Stevens Lakes
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

this was a somewhat steep climb. but the pay off is worth it. the lakes are beautiful and the view is equal. didnt see any animals larger than a bird though. good camp spot right below the bowl. a road climbs west of the parking area, which passes by a very, very steep trail/old road that goes to Stevens Peak. its hard, but do it. You'll be grateful.

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Freestone Trail
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17 Completed 8 Reviews

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Crestline - Sidewinder Loop
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17 Completed 8 Reviews

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Homestead (Squaw Creek) Trail
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17 Completed 8 Reviews

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Red Cliffs/Nature Center Trail
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17 Completed 8 Reviews

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Marie Creek Trail
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20 Completed 15 Reviews

The trail is mostly clear all the way to the end. There is quite a bit of snow in some places, but if you have any ability to identify trails (broken logs, sawed logs, etc) you'll be able to find the way. Creek crossings are mostly doable, except for Skitwish which requires you to either cross through the knee deep current or to go a ways up skitwish creek and try your luck on one of the many downed trees.

They say this trail is maintained by a local horse club, but apparently that is with their use as a focus. The large bridge over skitwish has been out for over a year now. There are also a lot of downed logs you must navigate.

Hazards aside, this trail offers a great escape close to town and the forest is untouched and beautiful. You do not hike Marie creek for a huge attraction, you come here to be one with nature and find yourself.

Our 4th trip, second to the end of the trail. Hiked a total of 15.3 miles. We hiked to the end of Marie creek trail and then back to the skitwish trail and did the 6 mile loop trail back to the trailhead.

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Hulls Gulch Nature Trail
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17 Completed 8 Reviews

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Barber - Warm Springs Loop
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17 Completed 8 Reviews

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