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Hikes and Walks

Want to take a stroll, or a vigorous hike, or a multi-day backpack deep into the wilderness? You can do that in North Idaho - many times over. There are literally hundreds of hikes and walks on maintained trails in our community parks, national and state forests and backcountry lands. Scroll below for some of the favorite walks and hikes in our region, with the details you need to go do them, now! For even more trails, go to the Idaho Panhandle National Forest hiking page.


Springston Trailhead

Bell Bay Campground and Day Use

Blossom Lakes Trail

Spirit Lake: Empire Trails

Post Falls: Q’emiln Park

Kootenai River


Marble Creek Trail

Hike to Myrtle Peak

Katka Peak Trail

a rock formation with a purple night sky as the backdrop

Mount Roothaan and Chimney Rock

Mineral Ridge Trail

Mineral Ridge National Recreation Trail

tall mountains and green trees surround West Fork Lake

West Fork Lake and Mountain

Heyburn State Park

green pine trees surround a lakeside wooden cabin

Farragut State Park

Upper Priest Lake at Plowboy Campground

Navigation Trail to Upper Priest Lake

Pulaski Tunnel Trail

Pulaski Tunnel Trail

two people ride bikes on a bridge over a lake

Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes

Roosevelt Grove of Ancient Cedars and Granite Falls

North Idaho Centennial Trail

Tubbs Hill Park and Nature Trail

A view of Pend Oreille Bay Trail right by the water

Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail

an overlook of the lake and surrounding areas from Mickinick trail

Mickinnick Trail

Activities Map