Best Trails of Idaho

This list represents the most popular trails in Idaho. Use this list to plan your next Idaho outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This is a classic backpacking trip in the Sawtooth Mountains. There are alpine lakes, ...
The Sawtooth Mountains contain some of Idaho’s most beautiful scenery. Though the famous ...
A very pretty lake loop in scenic granite mountains. This is a popular area with routes ...
Scenic Sawtooth Lake is the biggest lake inside the Sawtooth Mountains and makes for one ...
The Marie Creek Trail offers a great leg-stretcher just 10 miles from downtown Coeur d’Alene. ...
This is quite a mountain, beautiful and bodacious. The peak, Idaho’s highest at 12,662 ...
Hot pools up a steep and hot hillside above the South Fork Payette River, reached by a ...
This is a deep, dramatic canyon with a crystal-clear stream. It is hikable for three seasons ...
The fairly easy 6-mile round trip to Lower Blossom Lake can be extended into a longer ...
An overnighter for experienced trekkers only to a soaking pool in a mountain meadow near ...
Circumnavigate the rugged and well-named Seven Devils Mountains. This 25-mileplus loop ...
One of the most ruggedly beautiful alpine lakes in the Selkirk Mountains, Harrison Lake, ...
The basin has beautiful scenery, including nine fishable lakes close together.
Though it would be difficult to pick a single favorite from among the dozens of mountain ...
The Bighorn Crags feature the most spectacular peaks and lakes in Frank Church–River of ...
Mineral Ridge Trail is a hiking trail in Kootenai County, Idaho. It is 2.1 miles long ...
Beautiful loop ride within site of Lake Pend Oreille. Located near Bayview. Tread: 4.4 ...
A day hike climbing to steamy soaks and hot waterfalls in a desert canyon. It’s a bathing ...
Beautiful Baker Lake is a short, easy hike in Idaho’s Smoky Mountains. It’s a fairly easy ...
Chimney Rock is the most distinctive formation on the Selkirk Crest. Visible from Priest ...
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