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Beautiful morning on mineral ridge today.. the fog started clearing out and made for some spectacular views. Nice short hike close to home.

A great hike and you can do it all year—even in the dead of winter. Stay to the right of the fork in the summer for shade on the climb up.

I really enjoy the openness and views. The serenity and quietness. Walk softly and you will see the wildlife. A variety of birds. I also enjoy the challenge it brings as a mountain biker..

2 days ago

2 days ago

This was not marked, no signs, no actual trails leading to this. The directions just lead to farm/grazing areas for livestock.

3 days ago

Beautiful hike.

3 days ago

Great hike in summer and fall.

Very easy trail for all levels of fitness.. dog friendly too.

Please be advised that this trail is no officially a snow sport. I hiked it today, prepared with ice cleats and snow shoes. There is about a mile at the top that requires snow shoes or lots of wading in snow. There were wolf tracks and lots of bunny tracks everywhere. As expected, even on a sunny day, the wind at the top was bitter cold.

Bunco Road to the trailhead is covered in ice. Even with snow tires and 4 wheel drive, I was slipping a bit. On the way down, a truck coming too quickly the opposite way, almost hit me. It would be wise to drive slowly on Bunco Road at this point.

Beautiful at every turn. Would definitely go again. Met great people along the trail who told the best places to set up camp.

I just added this on to the Caribou Ridge Trail hike its a nice trail but no views from the top.Wish I could have seen the old lookout tower.

We did this hike on Thursday, November 30th. There was quite a bit of snow. We followed tracks for the first mile and then started our own tracks to get to the top of the ridge as the people we were following turned around. Quite a bit of rabbit trackbacks on the trail too. Beautiful view at the top. Just be prepared with waterproof boots, gaiters, and potentially snowshoes.

Great trail. Easy to access right outside Coeur d’Alene. The trail on this side of Canfield is clearly marked and- unlike the other side- dirt bikers are not allowed so the trail is not muddy. Conditions were great today. You are covered in trees the entire trail. There is one overlook and then the end is just when you hit the NFS road. Could be ideal for trail running too with good inclines along the way.

A good daily hike. Flat with varying distance loops.