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David Gehl
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Road biking

Great hike! Shade and sun

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Vicky Salinas
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Hiking

This is a family friendly easy hike. Less than 2 miles round trip. The trail goes along the shore then down past a beaver dam and across the creek before looping up above the lake. Looking across the lake you will see the boat docks and beach. There are several lovely bridges and boardwalks to cross as you walk through the tall pines, past giant Cedars, ending near the marsh area which is lined with ferns and skunk cabbage. This is wonderful place to hike and to enjoy the day. Bring the kids, kayaks, and fishing poles. There is beach and swimming area and several picnic tables. State Park pass required.

Polina Orlova
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Hiking

I would give more stars if I could. I did this hike with my 10 year old yellow lab on Sunday, July 12, 2020 and it was epic. The weather was perfect, the views were heavenly. I didn’t want to leave. She had a ball swimming :) and we took some really beautiful photographs.

Whitney Smith
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Hiking

Great trail with lots of loops for variation. Nothing steep but beautiful. Would be good for kids. I did see a black bear cross the trail about 75yds in front of me. We looked at each other for a few moments then it ran off into the woods.

Janis Hoffman White
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Hiking

Not sure why some people are saying nice easy nature hike, but when a hike starts with steel rope hand rails, you have to be prepared. We’re from Florida, flat Florida, to us it was difficult, but so very worth it! If anyone asks, I would suggest they do it.

Kathy Winslow
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Hiking

We had massive amounts of motorcycles and 4 wheelers racing up and back. It was terrible.

Cherish Hill
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Hiking

Mud has cleared up, awesome hike for beginners and or kids. Takes you around the lake, clear path but could get muddy if raining. Beautiful spot!

Isaiah Escobar
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Hiking

trail was in great condition. there was quite a bit of people on the trail but not to crowded. the water is cool and refreshing and there was a good breeze blowing through the valley.

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Terry Moore
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Hiking

Ran into forest crews working on trails which was great! But, at about the 2 mile mark, on a very small trail, 12 motorcyclists blew by. Had to hold on to a tree to let them get by. Nice forest but on this day too loud back there. Don’t know if there would have been a view at the top because we turned around after the bikers drove by.

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Megan Allen
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HikingBugsMuddy

This is a really pretty trail with lovely views but there’s one part where muddy doesn’t even cover it, it’s like trenches of goopy mud. If it weren’t for that I’d give it 5 stars. Saw trumpeter swans, geese, pelicans, and a Gardner snake.

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Stephen Angliss
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WalkingOver grown

Good sample of the best parts of the park.

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Chani Sepulveda
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Hiking

So many Dogs! Trails a little narrow at times...but well maintained. Lots of beautiful wildflowers

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Garrett Smith
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Hiking

Great hike took our 2 year old son and didn’t have any trouble with carrying him on my shoulders most of the way. The waterfall is beautiful but the water is freezing if you do decide to get in.

Jami Stillwell
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Hiking

If I could give this one 6 stars I would. Short, easy, and such a remarkable payoff. Bucket list and Instagram worthy. Park at the lower lot if you can and start by taking in the views looking down into the canyon. I didn’t feel like the ascent down was bad — there’s a rope to help you along the steep parts. Once you get down into the canyon it’s like you’re in another world. The waterfall is GORGEOUS and a lot bigger than it looks like in pictures. The tropical variations in the water color are so cool. Long pants are a good idea to avoid any tangles with nettles! Also you can swim in the water but it stays around 52 degrees so be prepared for a chilly dip! Like others have mentioned, after the largest pool there isn’t much worth seeing on the trail. Instead of taking it as a loop I recommend turning around here to do an out and back.

Jessica Brown
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Walking

You will love this trail if you enjoy activities such as watching paint dry.

Mark Mead
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HikingBugsRocky

Beautiful lake and gorgeous views of the Tetons. Be sure to pack bug spray as the flies are aggressive. Also be sure to have 4-wheel drive transportation well-suited for off-roading as it’s a bumpy narrow drive up the mountain. A little slippery on the way down. We had a blast.

Jeffrey Austin
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Hiking

A beautiful hike with so many trail options. Sleepy Hollow was my personal favorite! The trail is well kept full of flowers tall mature pine trees and some wildlife. Saw a beautiful white tail deer! Highly recommend this hike I feel that it is good for all skill levels. It was heavily trafficked with kind mountain bikers but not too much of a problem

Anne-Marie Kimmett
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Hiking

Trail was in good shape 7/11/2020. A few blown down trees on the way up to pyramid, mud in a few spots. Continued up to upper Ball lake and spent the night. Still a lot of snow in the trail, a bit dangerous in one place... trail wet up over the ridge. trail up to upper Ball lake had a stream running down and there was a lot of snow. The lake had a lot of ice on it still and it dropped down into upper 30’s. Great hike, awesome view from above upper Ball lake today!

Geri Rosenberg
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HikingRockyScramble

I hope you like scree! I camped at Sundance Lake (left the parking lot at 4:30pm) and summited at 6:45am. I’d definitely recommend doing a one-night trip if you can, the climb up the scree was rough but the altitude wasn’t overwhelming having already done the hike 5 miles in. Coming down the scree was... rough. It took a lot longer than I expected. I tried to follow whatever faint trails I could find but they were few and far between. I was thankful for my trekking poles then although I slid constantly and fell a few times. When I finally made it back down to the grass and the trail, I almost kissed the ground! Views were amazing, water was plentiful (I carried 2L max), and there was a decent amount of shade off and on. Highly recommended, but be prepared for the downclimb to wipe you out more than the climb up!

Clint Golub
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Road biking

A faster method to and from Post Falls. Unlike Centennial which hugs I-90 going between PF and CDA, or the more scenic Spokane River trail that’s being constructed this year in the new Atlas Mill Park, the Prairie Trail is a straight shot and relatively level all the way to Kathleen, where it then descends as you head past the Kroc, around the college and downtown. As of now, this wonderful trail currently terminates at Huetter forcing you to bike through Big Sky Estates, Poleline or Praire with strong traffic to continue on your way west. However as soon as Union Pacific gives up this almost completely abandoned Feeley Spur rail line to Post Falls, we will finally have a completely paved trail from Rathdrum (via ID-53 trail) to Coeur d’Alene

Anna Hoover
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HikingNo shade

Absolutely gorgeous!!! its a very steep hike leading up to the lake. Once you see the lake the trail continues down all the way to the lake, just follow the trail to the right! Lots of pretty flowers. Bring water and sunscreen, many parts are very open if its a sunny summer day. A couple of fallen trees to ger over or under, absolutely not too challenging but overall it was an uphill/harder hike, but enough flat parts inbetween to make it doable for a person in decent shape! hiked on july 11 2020.

Mike Tacchella
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Skiing

Nice trail. Was surprised to see it was all paved, I didn't expect that! Did a quick out and back with my wife and kids from Cataldo to Kellogg. First ten miles were gorgeous, last few were a little dull. Saw a bull moose which was very cool

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Stephen Andrichak
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Road biking

Paved bike lane loops around river. Easy ride passing thru numerous parks with plenty of benches and Picnic tables. The beltway is one of the reasons Boise is rated as a highly livable city. Brewers all over the city doesn’t hurt either.

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Jennifer Stout
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Mountain bikingGreat!No shadeRocky

super fun trails!!! . windy and a few little technical rocky spots. way too hot for me but would definitely return in cooler weather! There are many trails out here to have lots of fun on.

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Heather Phillips
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Hiking

I only found the trail, er gravel road, beginning because of a comment here. I don’t think I quite made it to the correct destination either, but... no bugs, no crowds, and a ride up the ski lift made it an okay trip.

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