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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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Mesa Falls Scenic Byway
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2 Completed 0 Reviews

Amazing must see if your in east idaho!!

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Palisades Creek
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10 Completed 1 Reviews

This is a great hike that I do several times a year. Very easy to the lower lake but the overall hike isn't too hard. It is well worth it to hike all the way to the upper lake. I usually spend the whole day hiking and swimming on this hike.

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Cress Creek Trail
by David Wynder

1 Completed 1 Reviews

Completed with my family of 5 today. Our 4 year old easily walked the hike. My wife and I were able to easily carry our 6 month olds the whole way. There are plenty of benches if you need rest.

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Goose Creek Falls
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7 Completed 5 Reviews

Nice trailhead with bathroom. however, the local trails guide from the McCall Ranger Station really over sold the "falls". It is a pretty easy hike, but its described as a 60' waterfall. In reality its a long cascade and there wasn't much about it that I would have actually called a waterfall. It was a beautiful hike, and the trail is easy. We did eat lunch on a huge 15'x10' slab of rock that hangs out over the cascades, which our kids thought was cool.

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Darby Canyon Wind Cave Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

I just completed it today with a friend. It was great, we had very nice views on the mountains, and we could clim quite far into the caves. Make sure you bring a jacket and a flashlight (better: headlight) to go into the caves. If you want to go very far, take some knee protectors with you.

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Henrys Lake
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132 Completed 125 Reviews

Nice lake near Island Park, ID. Used to come here as a kid and go fishing with my family. It was a good time.

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Boulder Lake Trail
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

This a beautiful hike for most skill levels. Although 700ft alt change, most of it comes during last 1/3 as you approach the lake. There are many rock and boulder strewn switch backs to reach the lake. The view once you are there is spectacular. Saw a pair of eagles fishing. crystal clear water, which is very cold.

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Beehive Lakes
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7 Completed 6 Reviews

Excellent hike to a fantastic lake surrounded by granite peaks and boulder fields. A casual hike in took 3 hours and the hike out took 2. Lots of big huckleberries about 1/2 way up the mountain. Though we didn't see any bear sign during our overnight I'd recommend you stay smart about the potential as the trail works through some brush fields and large berry patches. There is a large shared bear box on the ground just up the small hill to the left of the trail right as you arrive at the lake. There are 5-6 nice campsites around the east side of the lake with relatively flat areas for a tent and fire rings. It takes about 1 hour to hike from the lake up to the surrounding ridges where you'll get a fantastic view. Lake has some small trout. Very scenic area that is a lot of fun to wander around and explore. This is a popular spot, and we did encounter a loud and obnoxious group of guys who made noise most of the night and then ran into 13 different hikers coming in on a Saturday when we were leaving.... so unless you go mid-week, don't expect much solitude.

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Louie Lake Trail
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28 Completed 5 Reviews

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Caribou Ridge National Recreation Trail
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41 Completed 5 Reviews

A nice out-and-back trail from Beauty Creek Campground. The trail is in great shape, a few places with minor exposure, but overall very few obstacles. Great views of Lake Couer d' Alene for the first few miles. You reach FR 438 in 4.6 miles, which makes a good turn-around spot, or continue Trail 79 to summit Mount Couer d' Alene. Good view points at mile 2 if you don't want to complete the entire length.

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