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This is NOT a trail. It is a grave/dirt road. There are no signs. The river is Btful but it’s not next to the river, there’s brush & trees between the road & the river. I don’t recommend this.

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4 months ago

Nice drive with view of the Tetons from a different perspective

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5 months ago

We did one half of this loop. Started at Corduroy campground and rode 4 wheelers down the French Creek grade. Beautiful drive. good road, you could easily take a truck down it. We couldn't find out if the Carey Creek grade was open. Found out later it is it's just a little rougher. Camped overnight a few miles downstream from French Creek at "Hot Pear" camp. Tried fishing the river with no luck.

kein schatten
5 months ago

Tough trail in the heat and no shade. Don’t bring your dogs. Beautiful views on top!!

Great place to run and bike.

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7 months ago

Pretty drive through Craters of the Moon. Lots of cool lava formations. Fun hiking trails all along the route.

Paved with lots of people

Not as much a trail as it is a road - hiking the tracks or the road is your choice I’ve done both - beautiful scenery and if you’re in the tracks closer to the water and the dogs loved it. As soon as you take the left off of the hwy the app will say you are here... you aren’t so I recommend to follow the road and when it comes to a Y park car there and hike to the left on the road or drop down to the tracks- I took a picture of car parked at Y and you can pull to either side- just done as a reference for you. Wildlife abundant - and if your dog likes to chase porcupines I recommend a leash for sure. You can hike it as far as you want and no need to limit it as the app suggests. Happy hiking!

Boring hike. Nice view of the lake but more of a walk than a hike. Great for families.

This is more of a drive, as it was on a dirt road and would actually be best for a 4 wheeler or something. Beautiful views but not for hiking. There were also no sign posts marking any trail heads or anything just an area information sign.

"Moderate"??? Worst is a 130' climb in 4/10 of a mile. Coming back is the same 130', but over 9/10 of a mile, so more gentle. Otherwise mostly flat. Be wary of sight-seeing tourists and locals walking their dogs/baby strollers. I've never found the trail busy, but that might be because of the hours I ride it.

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Sat Sep 01 2018

Definitely not safe for bicycles. But if you do ride, be sure to have a bright rear strobe to warn upcoming traffic. The description says "lightly trafficked". This would not be by characterization of the highway. Traffic might be on the lighter side, but it is fast moving. Very, very scenic with many campgrounds along the route. Be forewarned that in many places, the road is adjacent to the river, and there are no guardrails! You have to pay attention to the road and not on the natural beauty of the canyon/river. Well worth the drive. I will be back, this time to take more time and see all the numerous sights along the way.

Part of the greater North Idaho Centennial Trail, it gives a nice view of the lake. It does get a little crowded and there is one hill that might stop you, but still worth the ride.

fahren mit aussicht
Fri Jul 20 2018

It’s a road with little to no shoulder. Not safe to bike given the speed and sharp corners.

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Fri Jul 06 2018

We did half of this run. Started at the Hot Springs and north to the Salmon River/French Creek. Turned right and continued to the end of the road. Swam in the river for about an hour. Headed back about a mile to the Carey Creek Trail head. Went about 3/4 of a mile but turned around due to the tight over grown trail. It looked like no one had been on it in years. We were in a 50 inch wide side by side and were getting beaten by the rough and rocky trail plus the overgrowth. I think if we could have pushed through to the top it would have been fine. We doubled back to Corduroy Camp and headed up to Kimberly Mine and Lake (my absolute favorite place in the entire area). We are headed up again in a few days so if we do it, I'll record our progress.

fahren mit aussicht
Tue May 15 2018

This is a very scenic drive around Bogus Basin to the Mores Mountain trailhead.

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Mon Apr 30 2018

This is indeed a beautiful drive! It's neat seeing the mountains far out in the distance and as you approach the valley, you literally drive in between them with mountains on each side literally hundreds to thousands of feet above you. As you head north of Ketchum you begin really climbing into the mountains and get your more typical high elevation passes and high-up long range views, before leveling out again a bit until you reach Stanley, which makes for a great base camp for the many nature options in the area.

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Mon Jan 08 2018

This is a pleasant drive through the rolling hills of southern Idaho.

10/24/17 - there weren’t any signs to show where the trail starts so we walked the road and then eventually went down on the old unused railroad tracks. The tracks run along the river. Beautiful fall colors. Easy but watch your step on the tracks.

There is no markings at all, for the hike. We followed the map. Alltrails provide. There is a dirt road and atv road. There is a railroad closer to the river. The view of the area and river is amazing.

From Coeur d'Alene you go to Higgins Point, and from there you have to go back again ?? (a very short ride on the bike if you're out for some excercise) The views of the lake are fine, but a lot of traffic/noise on the road. Unfortunately

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Sun Jul 02 2017

A beautiful Sunday drive, twisting and turning through the Boise National Forest from Boise to Lowman. The highway offers many side roads which lead to various camp or hunting grounds.

It was my buddy’s birthday today. He turned 75. He went to the gym in the morning, hiked Mineral Ridge after that, and was getting bored, so he called me to ride bicycles on Rutledge Trailhead, or as the locals refer to it, “Higgen’s Point Trail.” At 10 miles, this is not a really long ride for a bike, but some of the hills will daunt to a degree, the resolve of all but hardcore bike riders. We rode to Higgens Point, and on the way back, my buddy stopped at the pull up bars, to knock out 20 pull ups, just to show off. If I am fortunate enough to live to be 75, I will be grateful if I can even pull up my own pants. I have ridden this trail multiple times before, but today, I decided to add it to the trail lists on AllTrails. AllTrails has turned into a hobby for me, (maybe a religion, haha!) and I have really started to enjoy exploring the trails on AllTrails, and finding new ones to add to the awesome database. I’ve been like a missionary lately, whenever I meet someone on a trail, I ask if they have heard of AllTrails. It is my goal to find and add ten new awesome trails this summer. But I digress! Rutledge Trailhead is a really nice spot to go for a walk along the shore of Coeur d’Alene Lake. I saw lots of people walking their dogs today. One of the dogs got so excited when we passed on bicycles, that I stopped to give it a little love. The views of the lake are lovely! There is usually a cool wind blowing off this end of the lake. In the summer, that is a plus, in the winter, not so much! I have taken a few evening walks along this trail before. The exercise stations along the way, are tempting, almost making it impossible to not try them out a little. Lastly, this is such a nice trail, so smooth and well-maintained, that it would be paradise for a wheelchair rider. There are many assisted living homes in North Idaho. I am planning to see if I can find someplace to volunteer to help with outdoors activities. This would be such a nice place to share with an elderly shut in!

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Tue Jun 13 2017

I drove this from Victor to Ashton during the fires back in the 80's because the road was closed in Yellowstone. We wanted to get to the Firehole river swimming hole and this was the only way. Nice drive along the foothills of the Tetons

Choose your adventure in this park, well maintained paved educational trails. Most are stroller and wheelchair friendly to some that were slightly more challenging, all the ones we saw were easily car accessible. My 2 kids (under 10) stated it was "the best day ever"

More great areas to ride ATV's! Idaho has everything to offer for the ATVer, hiker, horse back rider and even the walkers. Great job!

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Sun Nov 13 2016

I drove from Victor to Ashton on this route. It is very beautiful on a clear summer day. Good views of the Tetons as well as gently rolling fields of wheat. I never expected the Idaho side of the Tetons to be so stunning.

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Sat Nov 12 2016

I'm from the East Coast so for me, this was an incredibly scenic drive for being on a highway. From Rexburg until you hit Caribou-Targhee National Forest, on a clear day you can see all the way to the Tetons. They loom over miles of undulating grain fields and the view is especially stunning at sunrise. Once you get into the national forest, the drive is forested but with the opportunity to see all kinds of wildlife such as moose and deer.

This is a scenic route follow 75 towards Boise. There are multiple hot springs if you drive inland. Road quality is OK in dry weather. Rutted

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