Cross-Country Skiing Trails in Idaho
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Cross-Country Skiing Trails in Idaho

9
Cross-Country Skiing
3 - 73 mi
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Idaho has 9 cross-country skiing trails. These trails range from 3.2 to 73 miles in length. The most popular trail is English Point Yellow Loop and English Point West. Trails.com member Sam M. recently completed English Point Yellow Loop.
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The English Point Yellow Loop (Trail 80) is the longest of the five loop trails in the ...
Nestled toward the upper end of the Wood River Valley and surrounded by the Pioneer, Boulder, ...
This description covers the western section of the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes, the part ...
Hike mostly on abandoned roadbeds that are reverting nicely to trails, through the dense ...
This route is a very pleasant hike through the woodlands close to Fourth of July Pass. ...
More than just a single trail, the Lynx Trail is a system of trails that link most points ...
The trails in the English Point Trail System are on an isolated parcel of national forest ...
The east side of the English Point Trail System consists of the Red Loop and the Gray ...
If you’re looking for one of the longest paved trail in the country, visit the Trail of ...
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