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Snake River - Kirkwood Ranch

Lucile, ID

Snake River - Kirkwood Ranch is a 10.4 mile out and back trail located near Lucile, ID and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from March until November.

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Recent Reviews

on Rapid River
1 month ago

backpacking
1 Completed1 Reviews

Awesome trail, it's very well taken care of and a beautiful all day hike.

on Cable Car (French Creek) ...
11 months ago

hiking
3 Completed2 Reviews

Just returned from soaking in this amazing pair of pools. The first pool/grotto is a warm spring that can seat 4 people very easy. There are some interesting acoustics that you will notice while enjoying this soak. You can also hear chirping of the bats that live in the cave.

The second pool is a genuine hot spring in a shelter. You actually get to soak in a tub carved out of an old pine log. There is only room for 2 in this one. The cabin is showing it's age so go soon before it is gone.

You will have to get across the beautiful Salmon river to enjoy this soak. If you look carefully to the north side of the river you can spot the remnants of the cable car. You want to aim for this when crossing the river. Get up to the cable car remains and follow the trail east (upstream), stick to the well worn trail and you will be there soon. Right after the steepest part of the trail you will be there.

on Lake Serene Trail
1 year ago

hiking
10 Completed1 Reviews

Very nice trail. Not much shade on the trail. Very pretty

on Seven Devils Loop
2 years ago

hiking
1 Completed1 Reviews

I've hiked this loop numerous times and have always found it to be an outstanding wilderness trip. Of course, you can hike the loop in either direction but I would recommend counter-clockwise. You will want to deviate from the loop and locate your campsites at the many lakes which are located on trails which head toward the main crest. Sheep, Echo and Baldy are among my favorites. You will add to the mileage by camping off the loop, but you will also find much more scenic and enjoyable camps. The east side of the range is much drier than the west with fewer camping areas. Experienced hikers can complete this loop as an overnight, but to savor the experience, I would recommend 3-4 days at least.

The access road which is 17 miles long leaves Highway 95 south of Riggins. It is primarily dirt and/or gravel and gets a little rough near the end; best for higher clearance vehicles. There are two campgrounds near the trail head.

on The Seven Devils
5 years ago

scenic driving
0 Completed1 Reviews

Definitely worth the drive! Take a camera and a jacket. May be super hot in the valley but when you get up there it's pretty chilly! lots of trails ranging from moderate to difficult.