Explore the best 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.





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11 hours ago

It was a nice climb and beautiful views along the way! I'll be sure to hit this trail again.

Good fall hike. Had the place all to myself. Well, except for a fisherman on his boat

17 hours ago

Beautiful North Idaho Fall hike, morning hike so we had the trail all to ourselves! Fairly easy hike in with a beautiful beach and nice area for a picnic....hike out was more challenging but enjoyable!

17 hours ago

Lots of snow, come prepared! Beautiful hike.

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A moderate trail with great views and a nice rock beach at the bottom.

Lots of side trails, some named or numbered, some not. There is a road trail that will take you up to some nice views. Other trails take you to the river.

It’s October 14, 2017 and I’m driving down hwy 90 and need to get my hike on!! Let’s see what pops up? Awh 4th of July Pass Trail..

Easy access from highway, turn south off of overpass and then turn right and you will come to a parking lot with restrooms about 1/4 mile in.. As mentioned in other post you will see a split in the road and you want to stay on the paved road to the right side..

Once inside the parking area you will see a dirt road off to the northwest side of the lot, this is the trail head.. I started down it and took the small path off it called Janettas Juant.. This is a small trail down and is a beautiful hike.. This is also the lower trail, and if you are biking or horseback riding you may want to continue on the service road and do the upper trail.. Not saying you don’t want to take the lower trail if your riding, just a lot of overhang and tight spots along the way..

My hike down and around ended up being about 6 miles and I killed the battery on my phone taking pictures.. Lots of evergreen, signs of Moose, Elk, Deer and Bear.. Never seen any actual wildlife probably due to all the hunters on the trail (it was the start of elk season)..

Towards the end of the trail there is a cool little A frame, unless you start the trail to the south, then there is a cute little A frame at the beginning.. lol

No matter what way you go, the trail would be great for family hikes, just FYI my boots were soaked from all the grass areas, so you might want extra pair of shoes and socks if going during the rainy season..

The trail has plenty of maps and markers, but your own map of the area or this app should keep you from turning and walking to Cour De lane.. lol

Happy Trails!!