Looking for a great trail near Hailey, Idaho? AllTrails has 17 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, views 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. If you're looking for the best trails around Lions, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like R Mckercher City Park or Curtis Park. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 9 hard trails in Hailey ranging from 5.1 to 26.7 miles and from 5,882 to 11,958 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
2 months ago

Spectacular November a day! Some snow and slick spots on the trail. We hiked up to pioneer cabin every year for 34 years but this is the latest part of the year we’ve ever been up there.

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snow
2 months ago

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2 months ago

This is a tough and difficult hike. We did this hike in November on a beautiful fall day. It took 7 hours with many little breaks and a nice 45 minutes stay once we arrived at the cabin. We did the entire loop starting from corral creek pioneer cabin trail head #122 and came down long gulch trail #123. A total of 10 miles. It was a bit icy on the way up but manageable. Then came down on #123 thru heavy snow at the beginning then smooth all the way home. This is a great hike to enjoy and take pictures and truly take the views in then chill and enjoy the cabin.

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2 months ago

Fantastic hike. One of my favorites growing up here. Relative to the area, this is a moderate hike for it's length. Expect fallen trees and ice/snow patches near the ends of the season. The cabin is beautiful [treat it well when you visit it]. A trail run will take 2 hours and a leisurely hike 6 hours.

great trail for a good workout

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful hike, well groomed trail. Amazing views from above tree line to the cabin

Straight up to top, .9 miles, nice rock trail, easy to follow. Take switch backs down. 2.7 miles total. No shade, not advisable summer mid day.

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no shade
off trail
scramble
3 months ago

Great fall hike to Pio Cabin. We went down the North Fork of Hyndman Creek to make it a loop. Walked the last mile on Hyndman road to get back to Johnstone trailhead.

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4 months ago

Awesome hike. Was windy/cooler at the cabin, so dress in layers. Cabin is GREAT! Special “THANKS” to the US Forrest Service and volunteers (a couple of which we actually ran into on the trail...they had just finished staining the railing on the porch) for constructing/taking such good care of this place. Was fun to read some of the graffiti on the walls and entries in the visitor book. Views are great...fresh snow on several peaks. Definitely felt the altitude (we are from Texas). Did the hike on a Monday (started around noon) and only saw 8 other hikers.

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rocky
scramble
4 months ago

Tough trail but worth it. First 2-2.5 miles from trail head is a good warm up. After that the next 5-5.5 miles is pretty much all incline with little flat trail. I thought it was easier to follow the ridge line to get up to the top. It’s a long rocky scramble.

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4 months ago

Great trail,not technical, single track mostly through the pines with some open sagebrush riding. Easy to bike to the trail head Ketcham,Sun Valley, or Elkhorn

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4 months ago

Started this hike around 7:30 in the morning, and barely saw any other people. It was beautiful with lots of trees and a beautiful view of the creek.

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5 months ago

Tough hike but worth the views. The trail is inclined the entire way with one area that plateaus for a bit of relief. I would plan for 3.5 hours if you're hiking nonstop with a small break to explore the cabin. Bring lots of water and prepare for sun exposure once you break out of the woods.

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5 months ago

Super trail / gets steep the last mileish. Beautiful wildflowers and peaks and creek. I will go further up next time

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5 months ago

Very beautiful trail but very technical to the top if you follow the app trail. I would not consider this the easiest of the Idaho peaks if you follow recommended trail. Need to rate this trail to the top as technical and nit for beginner hikers.

A very bitchen hike to an historic backcountry cabin. The backcountry skiing in winter would be phenomenal. Only downside is the number of people doing the hike, and we did it on a Monday! I recommend doing the loop because the crowds thin out past the cabin. In fact, we saw no people on the return loop section. Most folks go back the same way.

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5 months ago

This is one of my favorite hikes in Idaho. We went up to the top from the basin area via the saddle and came back down using a different route full of big loose taluses. The route down was a little bit steeper but shorter and it's manageable if you exercise caution. The views of the surrounding mountains from the top were breathtaking. Definitely worth the hike!

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5 months ago

Great hike. Plan for 4 hours. Dress in layers, it got a little chilly up top this morning.

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bugs
5 months ago

Just do it!! The views are amazing. The hike challenging at times. Access to water for the pups! Bring bug spray for the mosquitos and horse flies!

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5 months ago

8/4/2019. The mosquitos and horse flys were pretty bad, especially in the shaded areas and near the lakes. Make sure you bring some bug spray. My old dog and I did this as a day hike and it was a butt kicker. Instead of goin up to the saddle and following the ridge we went straight up the face just like it shows on the all trails map. And that is a very steep, loose section of the mountain but I think it cuts a little off the overall trip. We hiked with purpose, did not take any side trips, and my tracker says that we did 13.2 miles round trip. Soo get ready for that. But great trip with amazing scenery and views.

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5 months ago

This is a challenging hike and recommend lots of water and if going after July to wear light clothing. For a while you are walking through a forest climbing the altitude and lots of trees around. Once over 9000 ft, the landscape becomes very flat and you have a good birds eye view and the location of cabin and its surrounding is dreamy. Recommended time to start is 9am.

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bugs
scramble
5 months ago

We parked bikes at mile 2.7mi in aspen grove. Much "grousing" in reviews and on the trail about the so-called split that AllTrails shows for the final 1300' of summit push across scree. I agree that AlllTrails could/should update the GPX, but the route was somewhat evident both up and down. We summited today by climbing to saddle and then "enjoying" the hour plus class 2 -3 scramble to the summit along the SE ridge. For the descent, (with trekking poles) we took the more SSE route almost directly along along the fall line. This was class 3 with a bit of loose scree. My guess is that the GPX file for the trail is from someone who did a split like this. Also, this is our 2nd time on Hyndman and the total distance to and from trailhead was more like 13.2 miles. 2nd August and we never touched any snow along route.

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bugs
snow
5 months ago

This trail begins at the guarded outhouse and tent infested parking lot. Park in the sage brush and access the trailhead north of the outhouse with the attached potty guardian tent. The beginning of the trail flourishes with beautiful wildflowers, shade from majestic pines, and a tranquil babbling brook. As the intensity of the trail increases, the frequency of mountain dwelling jesters will compound with negativity being relayed back to you should you disclose you intend to summit the peak in one day without first camping by the dirty lake. You will scale a vertical loose-dust switchback, pass the dirty lake, feel the carnage of the mass mosquito horde, scale a gravel and loose shale monument, and arrive at the clear lake. Sunglasses are available at the lake marker post should you be blinded due to being closer to the sun with sudden elevation change. From here, Alltrails displays a sense of humor by directing dusty, exhausted hikers to access the summit by climbing the cliff face. Thankfully, the voice of God spoke at the waterfall oasis and stated, "Turn back! This is very dangerous... especially in those shoes." Crab-scuttling back to the stacked trail stones is best practice. Defying the app, blaze your own trail across the snowy valley and crawl up the sunset colored boulders in beast pose to crest the "saddle." Enjoy the beautiful views of the basin to the east, the valley to the west, and summit descenders to the North. Watch a few Tony Hawk videos in preparation for the descent; at least some visual cues will help if no mastery of those skills has been accomplished. When you return to the trailhead, God will acknowledge you and your efforts by saying, "Hey...I know you."

hiking
5 months ago

Wonderful hike near Sun Valley, Idaho. The right amount of challenge and views.

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