Hanna Flats Nature Trail is a 0.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Priest River, Idaho. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for walking and nature trips.
easy. no elevation and stays cool in the shade
Out of the way and breathtakingly beautiful. Lush and a unique micro-climate, the grove has a charming even/flat walk with plaques/signs to read along the way. Combine it with the logging display at the Museum in Priest River and you've got a nice educational day trip about the logging industry in the region. The large cedars in the forest are magnificent, and you are not limited to only a 1/4 mile hike (that's just the informational/interpretive trail) -- there are lots and lots of little side trails and other hiking/walking roads to explore.
NOTE: mosquitoes are pretty happy living in this humid place, so some bug /insect repellent might be a good idea to bring.
This is a good short nature learning trail through old growth cedars. Great for kids and families, no equipment needed.