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North Idaho Locals Guide – Walks/Hiking

A Locals Guide – Walks/Hiking

Here are some outdoor places you can visit on your own or with your friends and family!

  • Centennial Trail – The North Idaho Centennial Trail spans 23 miles from the Idaho/Washington state line to Higgins Point, which is 6 miles east of Coeur d’Alene along the Coeur d’Alene Lake Drive, Visitors can enjoy walking, jogging, or biking on a paved trail classified as Class l & II.
  • Canfield Mountains Trail – Explore the 5.3 mile loop trail close to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. This trail is known for its challenging terrain and typically takes around 3 hours and 13 minutes to finish. It is a favored spot for hiking, mountain biking, and off-road driving, offering moments of tranquility during less busy hours. The ideal months to venture on this trail are from April to October. Dogs on leashes are welcome on the trail.
  • English Point Red Loop – Discover the 1.6 mile loop trail near Hayden, Idaho, known for its ease, with an average completion time of 40 minutes. Ideal for hiking, running, and relaxed strolls, this trail provides serene moments, especially during quieter times. It remains open year-round, offering a picturesque location to explore. Dogs on leashes are welcome on the trail.
  • Mineral Ridge – Explore the 3.0 mile loop trail close to Coeur d’Alene, ID. This route is typically seen as moderately challenging, with an average completion time of 1 hour and 40 minutes. As a popular hiking spot, expect to come across other hikers during your adventure. The recommended times to visit this trail are from April to November. Dogs on leashes are welcome on this trail.

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