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Great hike in snowshoes with beautiful views. Off trail descent in powder was awesome. 60 minutes up to the peak, about 30 minute descent in snowshoes off trail.

Train before attempting.

Fantastic trail! I went in March - the snow was apparently 7 feet deep! Perfect for snowshoeing, incredible views of the mountains, and a yurt at the top to check out if you’re interested. There was not a single other person on the trail when I went. It took me about 2 hours, including stops, and I found it to be not too strenuous. Definitely check this one out!

hiking
snow
11 days ago

Trails were absolutely beautiful for snowshoeing! Lots of tracks from moose that were older. However, recommend this to anyone!

Moderate in all, but challenging in distance. Great for dogs, and kids who like a physical challenge.

Little crowded, but still enjoyable. Pretty location to go soak.

Went in the winter when it was covered in snow. Pretty views. Lots of great terrain. Wide open.

hiking
27 days ago

Hiking with young children, I would NOT rate this as easy. It was beautiful snowshoeing, but we decided pretty early in to turn around and find a different trail.

It was good. If you go off course a little to the top of Ford Rock you get a pretty good view of Post Falls. just be careful if you go when the grass is tall, theres a lot of little rocks and holes. I broke my ankle not paying attention to this here.

beautiful views and not many people nice afternoon hike

Hiked on Feb 1...perfect hike for a winter afternoon. Pretty views and saw mule deer and Hawks. Wide open with no shade...dog friendly on leash. Well marked with good footing.

snowshoeing
off trail
over grown
rocky
snow
1 month ago

snowshoeing
rocky
snow
1 month ago

Beautiful place, completely different feel in winter but you need snowshoes and 4wd to get around.

The gate says private property but others entering said that was the trail head and it would be fine. It was a bit confusing but the trail was a nice way to get the blood flowing.

hiking
1 month ago

If I could, this would be a 3.5 star. At the split at the beginning we went left and there was very few markers and we got a bit off course. You have to cross two roads and it would have been nice to have signs. After getting back, the walk along the river was great. Lots of nice views. Just before you head back the trail goes farther than what is on the map. I think we logged 3.7 miles in total. This is the second time here and definitely enjoy the hike. We only saw one other person and that was in the parking lot.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

2 months ago

Great trail and fun for dogs. If you go during the winter, I definitely suggest wearing yak traks on your shoes. I went during mid January and it was very icy!

hiking
2 months ago

Pretty area but the trail was difficult to follow due to multiple branches. Good parking at the trail head. Was close to town, so a nice alternative to the busier trails.

trail running
2 months ago

Awesome trail! The scenery is beautiful and great for training tough terrain.

2 months ago

Just hike it with some snow. A lot of switchbacks. Beautiful area

Was not impressed, it was very muddy. No views and dog poop everywhere

on Stevens Lakes

snowshoeing
2 months ago

This is my favorite quick getaway! We snowshoed in on New Years Day 2019. Had to park just south of the freeway bridge due to snow. Broke trail around 10:30. Both switch backs where lost in the snow so we we straight up. It was a good workout, but do-able. There was over 5.5 feet of snow at the lower lake and °14. Got back to the truck at 3:00. Awesome hike ♡

snowshoeing
2 months ago

Trail was in great shape today we did the loop with our Altai Hok ski/shoes. Trail is well marked and took us approximately 90mins.

hiking
2 months ago

Fun easy hike. Lots of signs to tell you about the wildlife and foliage in the area. A short portion of the hike takes you down by the water and a giant house. Looks like there are some smaller trails to explore as well.

Dec. 31 2018, 22 degrees, sunny and no wind at all. Beautiful day to be out on this trail with about 14 inches of powder. There are some really wonderful views along this trail.

Good hike with some elevation. Hike to the river is a bit lackluster but still a decent hike.

hiking
2 months ago

Did this trail at the end of December. There was a lot of snow and with about .3 miles left on the trail there was a steep narrow incline with a lot of snow that I just couldnt climb up so I called it for another time. That being said, the people who were snowshoeing were able to get across, with a little difficultly in that one spot but still made it farther than I did with snowboots and crampons (not really necessary). The trail is gorgeous. There were a few other people out on snowmobiles in other areas that you can hear nearby and I saw a few back country ski and snowboarders. It is a beautiful trail, just dress in warm, waterproof clothes. I will definitely go back to this trail again soon.

Was a fun hike in the snow! The trail color coordination wasn't easy to understand, but it was still a beautiful hike. FYI the trail that runs by the river at the bottom is PURPLE color. Enjoy the hike! :)

Very pretty trail. Not the prettiest hike in this area though. But the Wind Cave is phenomenal! The photos here don't provide it justice. Amazingly tall entrance. Lots of room inside to climb around and explore. Be sure to bring headlamps to allow unhindered exploring. I'm not sure why this trail is rated as difficult. My 4 year old niece managed the hike up all on her own.

Meh. It was okay. Very loud from the freeway. I probably won’t be doing this one again.

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