English Point Yellow Loop Trail is a 3.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Hayden, ID that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
English point is located in Hayden Idaho on Lancaster Rd. There are trails here for hiking only and for Bikes and Horse's. The hiking trails total about 6 miles if you complete the whole loop. There are several benches along the trail that offer views of Hayden lake in the distance. Very easy Trails
Great for trail running but maybe not the best for views. The foliage was lovely in Mid May though.
Nice little trail I use it for running multiple times a week. There are less people on this side vs the shorter side. There are not very many pretty sights, however it is a short drive that allows you to easily get out of the city.
multiple trails. red trail (easy) done today in less than an hour. plenty of benches to sit and birdwatch.
sort of lack luster, but a nice walk through the woods
Great trail, pretty easy with some great views on the lakeside. Different trail options depending on how far you want to go.
Easy trail not to far from town. Nice walk through wooded area. Some views of the lake. I probably wouldn't do it again but I'm pleased with the walk. A nice little escape.
Pretty, but very short and good for an easy stroll.
Great easy hike, had a picnic dinner on the outlook benches.
Fun, easy trail for little ones and the whole family. There are two different trails-East and West. Hiked the East side. Will be exploring the West side this weekend.
super nice trails it is best to go across the street for the longer trail and it has very nice view points
Nothing special. Hiked it in the spring- would probably be a fun winter hike.
Sunny and cold day. Nice, 5 mile hike. Took about 1.5 hour. No real elevation gain. Lots of horse droppings. Recommend boots and taking them off before you get in the car. Great trail markings and map signs at every trail fork. Close to town and easy to find.
I did this trail in the rain and it was very beautiful and peaceful. The only thing I was missing was the wildlife. Very relaxing walk though.
Hiked the Yellow Trail. It was decent. Having been there once, I don't feel the need to go back.
Hiked the red trail the first time there. Quiet, only saw two very polite hikers. Very dog friendly and great views. Nice for a family hike.
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!