Looking for a great trail in Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Idaho? AllTrails has 66 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 45 moderate trails in Caribou-Targhee National Forest ranging from 2.7 to 30.9 miles and from 4,507 to 9,865 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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wildlife

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dogs on leash

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bird watching

river

horseback riding

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hiking
14 hours ago

Meandering trail through the woods. Pretty flat with surrounding trees, with a view that opens up at the top. Great for a leisurely hike or trail run. Muddy when wet and shared with bikers. Dog friendly.

I was wondering if we would find snow in mid October, but the sides were lightly dusted here and there. It was a beautiful fall hike. The river, the huge rock cliffs, the bridges, the leaves...it’s such a gorgeous trail. We had a 13 and 10 yr old, two 6 yr olds, and 3 yr olds and a baby in a front pack. The 6 year olds made it in and out (8 miles) completely on their own. The baby and three year old were carried on chests and backs.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

running
muddy
snow
6 days ago

Beautiful fall day! Not much wildlife but the scenery was magnificent! A little snow and some mud on the trail but we couldn't have asked for a nicer day in the middle of October.

hiking
muddy
snow
8 days ago

hiking
muddy
snow
9 days ago

Lot of snow on the trail after this weekends storm. Water is deep near the beaver dam and feet are FROZEN. Our group didn't make it and turned back.

Bridge back open! Trail was good, lots of switchbacks and mud (after the morning freeze thawed). The approach to the waterfall and cave were quite iced and snowed over. It was sketchy with hiking shoes, but micro-spikes made it a non issue. Bring a headlamp for the cave, you can go quite a ways back without any issues and it is totally worth it.

hiking
muddy
scramble
12 days ago

Super fun hot spring at top. Plenty of tent sites and hammocking tree. Definitely worth the hike but don’t underestimate the last mile climb. There were a couple unexpected forks and left was the correct direction both times. One was in the willows towards the top, and the other was up on top near the hot springs. Otherwise most forks on the lower portion will just take you right uphill to avoid the stream crossings. The last three crossings we couldn’t bypass so be prepared to get your feet wet

hiking
no shade
16 days ago

Absolutely beautiful!! The rocks are very sturdy and fun to climb and the view at the top is worth the whole hike 100%!

hiking
16 days ago

No better way to take in the full grandeur of the Tetons than by immersing yourself into the mountains on foot! Start early in the morning on the Alaska Basin trailhead and follow it all the way up to summit at Hurricane Pass, then swoop back down through Cascade Canyon and finish at Jenny Lake. You can catch the ferry across the lake or hike the last three miles around the Jenny Lake Trail to get to the Visitor's Center. The trail is very well marked the entire 25 miles. Great potential for wildlife sightings (three moose crossed my path), which makes it imperative to carry bear spray and stay acutely aware. A headlamp is also imperative to carry if you start before sunrise or end after sunset. Be prepared for all kinds of weather (including snow at the summit) as well as several water crossings. Most of them you can do without removing your shoes, but it's a good idea to have sandals on hand if you have to use them. This hike is an all-day adventure in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. You won't ever forget it!

hiking
16 days ago

Great trail, a little rocky in places. We did this hike at the end of September so things were a little dried out. It's a pretty good mix of exposure and shade. We saw deer, elk and moose on the trail.

on Warm River Rail-Trail

hiking
18 days ago

More of a nice walk through the trees and along gorgeous river sites. Much more impressive than first expected . May take a bicycle next time but either way I will be back.

hiking
bridge out
muddy
snow
19 days ago

The bridge is out but don’t let it stop you! They have an alternative trail head, but it adds about 5 miles to the hike round trip and you hike along the gravel road to the real trail head. You also have to cross a shallow portion of the creek. We took off our boots and crossed barefoot, the water was painfully cold but it took maybe 3 seconds to cross. Once you cross it’s an easy 2 1/2 miles to the trail which felt like nothing because you’re on a gravel road. The trail itself is in great condition, but once you get towards the end there’s a lot of snow and mud. We slipped and fell a couple times going up to the waterfall and cave, nothing bad but I recommend hiking poles (we didn’t bring any - whoops) I also tried to get into the cave which looked pretty easy to do, had there not been so much ice on the rocks. Decided not to risk getting hurt so we didn’t go in. I think yak tracks and poles would be useful for the last portion of the trail, especially if you wanted to go in. It was VERY icy, but we were also there very early in the morning. Maybe some sunshine would melt it away.

hiking
muddy
19 days ago

A Little muddy in spots but really nice along the creek. Nice shade almost the whole trail.

hiking
19 days ago

Legit 1 mile of climbing , and 1 mile down. View is cool, it’s definitely a cool spot to power hike up and have lunch and take a view.

This trail was beautiful in the beginning yet extremely steep and rocky all the way up to the Bloomington peak monument . I wouldn’t recommend it .

hiking
22 days ago

great little family hike.

I hiked this trail on Wednesday, September 11, 2019. City Creek has a lot of intersecting trails. To find one particular loop would have been difficult. This app kept us on course. The trail is only okay. There are plenty of more scenic hikes in the area. This was a one and done.

Beautiful trail that is well maintained! Gorgeous views and lots of wildlife and a few cows. We had a great day!

Great trail along creek many places to stop and go down into mini waterfalls and swim spot for the dogs. I went with all three of mine went about 8 miles round trip lots of shade!

Lovely hike today, September 18,2019. Only hiked about 6 miles RT. Perfect weather, wooded trail. So nice to hear the creek babbling alongside us the whole way. Will come back and hike further next time.

Nice trail. We went when it was raining. The last part is dang near straight down. One slip and you might end up go over the falls yourself. Definitely a great view of the falls from the bottom. You can get a great view without going down the last part.

hiking
scramble
snow
28 days ago

This is the second time I've been on Diamond Peak. The first time was about 8 yrs ago and there was ice all the way up the ridge do we turned back about a half mile from the summit. I knew I had to conquer this peak, unfortunately this was the first chance I had since then. The trail is a good climb. Something to be aware of is that you need to stay on the ridge. We tried to skirt around it on the side and it was sketchy with the snow on top of the scree. So we went back up to the ridge and it was a lot easier than the we first thought. The detour cost us about two hours. Personally I thought this is a little more difficult than Borah, but also a lot better than Borah. 10/10 would do it again.

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