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Greta's Segway Trail is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Dover, Idaho that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 2.3 mi Elevation gain 344 ft Route type Out & Back
Dog friendly Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Walking Running Forest Views Wildlife
Waypoints (1)
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Sherwood Fork
48.26585, -116.61135
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John Pinsker
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short and easy as advertised. a beautiful forest setting with many options for continuing at the top. one mountain bike passed me, but otherwise no one else on the trail. (it was a Monday afternoon.) My dogs loved it. With more time, I would have gone on and will next time.

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Alyssa Spradley
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Elizabeth Wallace
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Annie McConoughey
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wonderful hike!

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Bidget User
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HikingRocky

nice trail it would be great for moutain biking

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AllTrails User
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Nice shade and woodsy aromas.

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Jordan Brown
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A little muddy but not too bad. Nice, short hike.

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Andy Moore
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Andy Moore
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Andy Moore
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John Crews
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HikingClosedIcyMuddy

Easy Trail. Closed about .9 miles in.

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Bekah Manderscheid
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Super snowy and muddy. Still a great hike. Look forward to tryin git again in the summer and also some of the alternate trails

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Jennifer Wilkerson
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A friend and I hiked part of Greta’s Segway and part of the Pine Street Woods Trail. Parts of the trail are narrow single track, and there’s a loop of wide double track, that we heard will be used for cross country skiing in the winter. There’s a nice parking area, with a ada accessible porta-potty. “Directions to Pine Street Woods: traveling west on Pine Street, the access road is located aproximately 1/4 mile past the end of the pavement on W. Pine Street, on the left hand side of the street. There is no access from Pine Street Hill. Please respect the speed limit, especially as you pass Selkirk School. The address is 11915 W. Pine Street.” Directions from linked website: https://kaniksulandtrust.org/pine-street-woods/

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Andrew Monahan
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Took the family on this trail on Christmas Day, 2018. It had just snowed the night before. It was quiet except for crunching snow. It was easy, it was peaceful, it was my favorite trail hike ever. Beautiful Idaho, oh how I love thee.

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Bradley Pocock
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great trail

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Lynnet Mehlbeerg-porth
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We were hoping for a beautiful view of the lake but too wooded. Great hike through the woods though!

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Kelsey C
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A good trail for a nice forest walk, not much of a hike

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Christian Schwalbach
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Pros: Accessible from Sandpoint, Incline is relatively low Cons: Potentially easy to get lost off trail, Multi-use, can get crowded I have both hiked and ran this pleasant trail outside Sandpoint, and I think as far as trail running goes, this is one of the more appealing routes in the area for a quick evening run, or something a bit more relaxed in pace. The trail does climb, but its a gradual incline and allows you to mostly maintain your pace, if running, which can be beneficial for certain types of training. The Segway trail itself is rather short, and I have , at times, repeated the upper loop to the desired distance, but the variety of terrain keeps it interesting and you are occasionally rewarded with views of some meadows and farmland from various points on trail. One should take caution , in being alert for other trail users, esp. downhill bikers, and also be proficient in navigation , as a few detours exist that can lead a Hiker in the opposite direction of the trailhead. Overall a nice trail, and a cool gift to the people of the Sandpoint region.

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Kristin Day
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Great trail in memory of a cool dog! Developed and maintained by private land owners, what a gift to the community.

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Tami Clifton
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Andy Moore
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Emily Heard
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Charlotte Potocek
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Andy Moore
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