Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in Idaho with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
2 days ago

Beautiful falls

walking
17 days ago

Very easy stroll. We missed the bugs by going in the fall but this place has eaten us alive before. This area of the greenbelt offers a great forested feel inside the city.

Easy paved path along the river

Nice paved walking path with added new lights. watch out for the Frisbees though. The course crosses the path several times.

hiking
1 month ago

Pros: Very accessible, borders the Spokane river, little incline Cons: Can get crowded, potential water danger on parts of trail
I have done this trail a few times through the years I have lived in the region and it is certainly a great spot to take a dog, or kids. You can fish in certain parts of the river, but it is important to recognize the dangers apparent in recreating in river water, especially at high flow in spring time. Also, Cougars have been reportedly spotted in the area, so one is wise to watch for signs that may signify animal activity.
3/5 stars

Gorgeous views of the multiple falls. Main fall did not have water going over on this day but was still full of wonderful sites to see. Cash only to park.

Good long walk!

Beautiful views, easy

It was breathtaking and you can kayak or paddle board up to the falls from twin falls on the snake river, loved the views and the scenery... it was priceless views

"Moderate"??? Worst is a 130' climb in 4/10 of a mile. Coming back is the same 130', but over 9/10 of a mile, so more gentle. Otherwise mostly flat.

Be wary of sight-seeing tourists and locals walking their dogs/baby strollers. I've never found the trail busy, but that might be because of the hours I ride it.

Pretty awesome little drive up with a slight walk on a pathway. Easy peasy, no effort... but what a view!! Great to stretch the legs and there’s a beautiful park to let the dogs run, family picnic, etc.

Unexpectedly beautiful scenery, lots of places to swim, paved trail to Spokane River, several other dirt trails.Loved it!

Part of the greater North Idaho Centennial Trail, it gives a nice view of the lake. It does get a little crowded and there is one hill that might stop you, but still worth the ride.

Great waterfall!

on Canyon Rim Trail

trail running
3 months ago

Paved trail, but unbelievably gorgeous views, especially at sunrise and sunset. Flat and straightforward, but such a unique experience running alongside a canyon ridge so high up. Highly recommended if you are in the area and want an easy run/bike/walk with awesome views.

We took the Mesa Scenic Byway and stopped at the falls. It was a 5$ entry fee. The parking lot leads to a beautiful old inn. The trails are not marked very well, but the trail is a loop. A few steps and you are down at the falls. Very pretty falls and canyon. Great little photo ops. The trail loops backs around and you are at the parking lot. There is a 2.5 roundtrip nature trail to take but we didn't have time.

spectacular view on the bridge going in to twins Falls and the waterfall it's amazing to take your family with you

Asphalt trail that wraps around and through houses in some places. It’s a great trail, but is more for biking or for locals to enjoy an evening stroll.

walking
4 months ago

This is all sidewalk and a beautiful walk. Very busy.

walking
4 months ago

So bug infested and it’s really just a greenbelt paved path. There’s nothing hike like about it.

4 months ago

Nice path to ride bikes with kids on. Lots of birds & follows Indian Creek. Will be back

Great boardwalk to take the kids on, and great views of the upper falls. This is worth the detour and stop to see.

great walk, easy for kids, take mosquito spray.

mountain biking
5 months ago

Great bike trail for the whole family!

5 months ago

Do not miss this. Incredible. Dogs allowed it on leash, but please pick up after your pet! There are stairs to the look out spots so all humans and pets need to be able to do the steps.

on Malad Gorge

walking
5 months ago

Not really a hike. A self guided tour through Malad Gorge State Park. There is a $5 entrance fee which goes towards maintaining the park. It’s mostly an all drive experience.

amazing views in may and the cherry blossoms smell amazing easy walk definitely a tourist trap.

Began this loop at the Sunnyside fish pond. Kids did great. Beautiful scenery a little ways past the overpass.

5 months ago

very easy you do go of the path. very pretty to look at. wish there was more here

walking
5 months ago

We walked about 2-3 miles to Shoshone Falls. Wide paved trail. There are a few small hills to tackle. We took some great pictures of the falls.

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