Thank you to all involved in keeping these trails open for all to ride and enjoy the beautiful Idaho wilderness.
July 7th 2016-20 mi
July 8th 2016 38 mi
Exit 28 on I-90. There is a super large Trail Head , off the ramp to the north. We went north on the ATV trails and some forest service road. The trails are well groomed and maintained. We had a GPS, FS paper maps and Avenza on the smart phone to track us. I downloaded the free Forest Service MVUM (Motor Vehicle Use Map)
We enjoyed each day of riding. We visited the warming shack, off the trail of 3220, picked huckleberries, watched a deer, watching us, and drove through a lined path of Bear Grass along the trail.
We just made several loops depending on how long we wanted to stay out.
Local Clubs built this amazing warming hut, to be used by Atv’er, Snowmobilers. They have dried wood for a wood stove fire, maps, and benches. A big pat on the back to this amazing volunteers: North Idaho ATV Club, Back Country ATV Assn. Inc., Panhandle Trail Riders Association, Coeur d;Alene Snowmobile club and Montana Snowmobile Club.
LOCATION> NEAREST CITY= Coeur d' Alene, Id DIRECTIONS=I-90 MM28, Trail Head parking on north side
AREA > TYPE OF LAND= forest, mountain , OWNER= Nat Forest
QUALITY > Pro real trails, several miles of looped routes / Con / Length of stay-1-2 / Rating-4 stars
TERRAIN> MILES OF TRAILS, hills / forest / dust /elevation
TRAIL MAINTENCE Yes NEAR BY TRAILS- Numerous
REGULATIONS> Permit required- possible / Camping - on Forest Service land or private /whip -no/ helmets req. age / width req. in places
KEY SERVICES> Camping / Gasoline / Diesel / First Aid / Water / Dump / Food=15 miles to Coeur d'Alene
SIDE TRIPS> In all directions, check out Internet
CONTACTS> National Forest Service in Coeur d'Alene, maps avaible or download free Avenza maps of the area