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17 hours ago

5/25 The trail is still majorly covered with snow, be aware!! It was gorgeous, but we made it only about halfway and even then the conditions were bad. Don’t attempt unless you have snow shoes! Lost the trail within the first 1/4 mile.

beautiful views, easy and level trail for the whole family

22 hours ago

good trail but lots of mosquitoes and watch out for cougars. Bring a pistol.

nice wildflowers. bathroom and water at the trailhead near the ball fields

on Topside Loop Trail

1 day ago

Was pretty decent weather today. Rained yesterday, kind of muddy in some spots but overall great hike with the dog. Happy Memorial Day weekend!

1 day ago

Navigate to celebration park. GPS will take you to private property from the app. Great trail, uphill most way, relatively steep but fun!

1 day ago

to much snow still for trail running.

Can get very muddy after rainfall

1 day ago

Great hike. Longer than 2 miles but worth it

Best Birthday Hike Ever!!

Family friendly hike with few people on the trail. Never far enough from the highway to get away from the road noise. Nice viewing platform for bird watching. Park before you cross the 1-lane bridge. There is little space to park or turn around on the other side.

2 days ago

You go over several creeks and muddy areas, a gentle incline, then you go downhill again . We did around 3 miles before turning around. Some people went by on horse.A little muddy, we saw a frog, baby snake, lots of beautiful butterflies. We loved all of the creeks you can stop by and dip in . There was also a meadow that would be great for camping. lived this trail

The views were great. Definitely steep but enjoyable. A nice storm rolled in right after we left.

2 days ago

it was a great loop. a lot of water in the creek right now.

Awesome trail my wife and I rented bikes we rode 15 miles. The scenery was spectacular

Great trail to do while in Coeur d'Alene. Trail is very easy to follow and the site says not to shortcut through trail. Beautiful views near the end of the trail of the lake. Trail does become somewhat steep at the beginning so take advantage of the benches to rest and hear the birds.

did this the other day with two dogs. Easy hike and the falls were just a roaring! nice and dry after that hard rain. did it in an hr. it was great!

3 days ago

Nice stroll with the dog...would be fun to Mt Bike. Open views, not technical, a nice introduction to the area. Probably very hot if it's sunny.

Awesome trail well maintained

3 days ago

Trail is super visible and mostly shaded! Good length hike, definitely some steep parts that I could feel the next day!

3 days ago

Ok, I hike down here pretty often. Lots of people most days. And since it is a pay to use you get similar views from across the river at Swallows park.

I've done this several times/connected it to other trails- Farragut is beautiful! Even with the drive I go back pretty often. I also have a kayak so a hike followed by a bit of time on the lake makes for a perfect weekend day!

Half trail hike. Gorgeous view!

Did not make it all the way due to snow and an avalanche area that I was too nervous to cross. Still a beautiful hike though.

4 days ago

A really nice trail and don’t miss the loop portion or you’ll miss a nice waterfall. Cool temps in the 50s made for a nice hike and kept the snakes away. Still plenty of run off, so plenty of water to be had. Some really cool rock formations to climb around on and not too much in the way of traffic.

4 days ago

Super easy trail with great views of lake CDA

Nice views of the lake and forest area. Saw some geese and goslings swimming. Came across some animal bones along the rocky shores, and smelled something rotting just off the trail on the lakeside (confirmed by flies and scavenger birds). Forest side of the loop was perfect for kids, and close enough that you still could see the lake for a good portion of the trail. Lake side of the loop was too narrow and uneven for small children, but it was pretty. Steady footed children who know how to watch their steps and stay away from the ledge would enjoy the lake side. Younger or less experienced children would do better to walk the forest side to the eagle boat launch and then back the same way on the forest side.

The recent rainfalls have made some the Fivemile Creek crossings more difficult. The first crossing right from the Fivemile parking area is overflowing on to the trail. Otherwise a great hike!

5 days ago

Was a great hike :). Awesome scenery throughout with many look outs to view the lake. Lots of wild flowers, some blossoming trees along the trail. We met a very nice gentleman (Corky) that has used the trail for nearly 60 years. He shared his knowledge of history of the trail also the golf course which has a floating green that can be seen from the trail at 1 of the lookouts.

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