Hiking

Hiking the great outdoors throughout the year. Don't let a single season get away without an adventure. Spring, Summer and Fall are all great times to be out in the North Idaho mountains hiking the trails looking for spring flowers, cool summer shade and fall colors.

Fall Foliage Hiking

Fall Foliage Hiking

Hike local Coeur d`Alene mountain trails and view the mountains like they can only be seen in the Fall colors.

Contact Vacation Rental Authority to add free maps to your rental and even ask for a guide.
Location: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
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Trail of the Coeur d`Alenes

Trail of the Coeur d`Alenes

This trail takes you from the Silver Valley to the bridge over lake Coeur d`Alene, 71 total miles of paved trail.

Mudgy The Moose Trail

The Mudgy Moose Trail, created in conjunction with the City of Coeur d’Alene Parks Department, begins at the base of Tubbs Hill and concludes at Independence Point, where Mudgy discovers that Millie was hiding close by all along. The 2-1/4 mile Mudgy Moose Trail along Lake Coeur d`Alene and through Downtown Coeur d`Alene features five life-size bronze statues positioned at locations where Mudgy pauses in his search for Millie. Watch for the Mudgy Moose Trail signs which will guide you along the trail which is free to explore. The five bronze statues were created by internationally-acclaimed sculptor and painter Terry Lee, a native of Coeur d`Alene. To view production of the Mudgy Moose statues, visit www.terryleeart.com.
Location: Tubbs Hill Coeur d' Alene
Mineral Ridge

Mineral Ridge

Mineral Ridge is located 2 miles south of Interstate 90 along Highway 97. The 2 mile loop trail is fairly easy with magnificent views waiting for you at the top. The trail winds gently up to the top of the ridge and offers some nice side trials to extend your hike. You can take a short side trial to an old mine or take a longer route at the top of the ridge. You will need to double back along that short extension before heading along the ridge toward the best viewpoint.
Location: 2 miles south of I90 on hwy 97
Centennial Trail

Centennial Trail

The Centennial Trail meanders along the north side of Lake Coeur d`Alene and the Spokane river, crossing through the city of Coeur d`Alene. Enjoy sunset strolls or long walks along this scenic paved trail.