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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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Recent Reviews

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Buck and Bear Valley Lakes
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

My son and I camped the first night at the trail head and than hiked 3 miles into buck lake. It was an awesome hike and we had a really good time. The first buck lake was beautiful. The reason I give this a 3 star rating is because when we got to the first lake and camp ground we encountered a boyscout troop leaving, and when we got to the actual campground they had left the place trashed and their fires were still burning. They burned trash and plastic everywhere and damaged a bunch of trees. My son and I spent all day trying to put their fires out and clean up. It sucked. When we finally started to settle down a group of people on horseback with there dogs showed up and started trashing the place all over again. It was a real bummer. I chose this location because I thought it was remote enough to avoid all of the regular trappings of close to city camping. Guess I was wrong

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Homestead (Squaw Creek) Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Good climb, classic southern Idaho beauty (sagebrush), with some good views. Not very crowded but a pretty even mix of hikers, trail runners, and mountain bikers. Took about 2.5 hours hiking with my six year old daughter, she enjoyed it thoroughly.

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Rainey Creek
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14 Completed 3 Reviews

This is mostly flat with one section where you have to "climb" over a smaller hill. The moderate difficulty is because there is quite a bit of creek fording involved (so do not forget your wading shoes) even in the late season. Trail is pretty easy to follow, but there is quite a bit of side trails, so be sure to have a map with you.

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Table Rock
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Great view all the way up, well maintained trail. I didn't see any trash and while it was moderately busy, other hikers and trail runners were very considerate. Did this with my 4 and 6 year old daughters, so not too difficult either.

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Harrison Lake
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This is our favorite trail to hike near Sandpoint. Steep enough to offer a little bit of a challenge but beautiful enough to keep your interest the entire hike. Trail starts off fairly rocky but as you climb the trail turns into more of a dirt hiking trail with beautiful panoramic views of Chimney Rock and the Upper Pack River. When you get close to the top you encounter a rock face you have to climb. People have marked the path with rock piles so you don't get lost. If you like to fish, bring your pole. We've hiked this four times and every time we kick ourselves for not bringing it as there are always trout jumping in the lake. We have encountered signs of wild animals and cougars and grizzlies have been spotted on this trail, so bring bear spray! This is definitely one hike you'll be happy you did!

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Tubbs Hill
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Nice - family oriented - hiking trip. The lower rim of the trail runs along the lake and has all sorts of cool rocks and beaches to climb on and explore. Definitely recommend for anyone! (It does have a steady uphill portion).

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Stevens Lakes
by Jarrett Walker

4 Completed 4 Reviews

Excellent hike through a deep rainforest remarkably like those of Western OR or WA (most of the plants are the same) then up to two beautiful lakes Tip: The road from Mullan is much better than the one from the ID-MT state line, so use that one unless you're very confident in your 4WD. I found the trail a little confusing to find because many little roads begin here: Facing south from the parking area it's the road just to the left of the creek Climb this road, ignore the first vehicle turnoff to the right and continue until you see the trail departing to the right.

Some have had trouble finding the trail to the upper lake from the lower one. Along the upper shore of the lower lake seems to be a whole warren of trails formed by various people finding their way, but the trail that finally coheres is well to the left (east) of the creek connecting the two lakes.

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Palisades Creek
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great hike! you always see people there especially before you get to the lower lake

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Settlers Grove Cedars - West Fork Eagle Creek
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16 Completed 1 Reviews

This was a beautiful trail. Nice and easy, followed the creek up way past the grove, crossed two or three well maintained bridges. Saw three piles of bear scat each one getting fresher as we started up the steep part, so turned around before we met the owner. The grove is only maybe 1/8 of a mile in.

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