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    Courtney Erin added SW Wash

    1 day ago

    Courtney Erin added East Idaho

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin saved Mount Borah Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin saved Easy Pass Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin saved Maple Pass Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin completed Blue Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin reviewed Washington Pass Overlook Trail

    2 months ago

    Do not miss this overlook!

    Courtney Erin completed Rainy Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin saved Rainy Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin completed Lake Ann Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin saved Lake Ann Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin completed Gorge Creek Falls Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin completed Diablo Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin saved Diablo Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin reviewed Bridge Creek Trail

    2 months ago

    Awesome trail. We hiked in to 6-Mile and camped. Good camping at Hideaway and South Fork as well, right in the creek. Plenty of water and berries. Can grab the shuttle to Stehiken at High Bridge.

    Courtney Erin completed Bridge Creek Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin reviewed Thunder Knob Trail

    2 months ago

    Super easy, good for kids. Amazing views

    Courtney Erin completed Thunder Knob Trail

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin saved Saint Regis Lakes

    2 months ago

    Courtney Erin saved Blue Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    Courtney Erin added North Cacades

    3 months ago

    Courtney Erin reviewed Iller Creek Conservation Area Trail

    4 months ago

    I actually parked at the south trailhead for "Stevens Creek" trail off of Stevens Creek Road. Hiked a little under a mile to "Big Rock" and enjoyed the views of the Palouse to the South and Spokane Valley to the North. From where the Stevens Creek Trail meets the Iller Creek Loop at the top I recommend going down on the East (right) loop, as it is more exposed and steep, and then up on the West (left) loop, as it is shaded and less steep. Iller Creek Trailhead shown here is another access point to the "Rocks of Sharon" and Stevens Creek Trail. Good trail for dogs, there is a creek along the west loop.

    Courtney Erin reviewed Rocks of Sharon Trail

    4 months ago

    Parked at the south trailhead for "Stevens Creek" off of Stevens Creek Road. Hiked a little under a mile to "Big Rock" and enjoyed the views of the Palouse to the South and Spokane Valley to the North. From where the Stevens Creek Trail meets the Iller Creek Loop at the top I recommend going down on the East (right) loop, as it is more exposed and steep, and then up on the West (left) loop, as it is shaded and less steep. Iller Creek Trailhead to the North off of Dishman Mica is also an access point for the entire area. Good trail for dogs, there is a creek along the west loop.

    Courtney Erin completed Rocks of Sharon Trail

    4 months ago

    Courtney Erin reviewed Whitetail Loop Trail

    4 months ago

    This hike ended up being close to 8 miles and is integrated with four other trails: Indian Cliffs, Plummer Creek Fire, Shoeffler Butte and Mullan Road Trail. It's possible to make this as long or as short of an outing as you like. Hiking an Easy incline on the "road" up with well marked trail signs, plenty of shade, and a variety of plants and animals. For more active individuals, this would be a better mountain biking or trail running area. Great place for dogs. Definitely stop at the Visitor Center and get a free map. Also, there are three parking areas to access the trail of the Coeur d Alene's biking trail.

    Courtney Erin completed Whitetail Loop Trail

    4 months ago

    Courtney Erin reviewed Mineral Trail

    5 months ago

    This trail is Trail No. 82. Take Sagle Road to Garfield Bay Cut Off Road, then turn left at the Big Red Barn into Green Bay Road (no sign). You can access the trail at either the Green Bay Campground or to the East. The road is a little rough. Good parking at the East trailhead for 6-7 cars, and pull outs on the road to park as well. Also nearby is the Lost Lake Trail Head #81. Plenty of space to mountain bike, well maintained. Small beach at the West trailhead. Multiple benches to sit and enjoy the view. I would classify this trail as easy, good for kids and dogs. Took 90 minutes to walk the entire trail.