English Point Yellow Loop

Hayden Lake, Idaho 83835

English Point Yellow Loop

English Point Yellow Loop Professional Review and Guide

"The English Point Yellow Loop (Trail 80) is the longest of the five loop trails in the English Point Trail System. Somewhat unusual in this suburban setting, these trails are on an isolated parcel of national forest land. Because of the gentle grade of the route and the possibility of taking one of the shorter loops if some in the party are getting tired, this makes a great hike for families with kids. This trail is designated a National Recreation Trail.

There is plenty of parking and restrooms are available at the trailhead. The Yellow Loop begins on the opposite (west) side of English Point Road from the parking area, at an elevation of 2,580 feet."

English Point Yellow Loop Reviews

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This was a really nice little hike through the forest with my dog. Not much of an incline, so it is pretty easy and would be good for trail running. There are lots of beautiful trees and wildflowers.
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Great, relaxing, comfortable walk

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Trail Information

Hayden Lake
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Trail Type
Wide dirt singletrack
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
1.5 hours
Spring, summer, and fall, or cross-country skiing in the winter
USDA Forest Service, Coeur d’Alene River Ranger District, Fernan Office, 2502 East Sherman Ave., Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814; (208) 664-2318
Local Contacts
The map on the reader board at the trailhead or the map in this book should be all that is needed. The USGS Hayden Lake quad covers the area. The National Geographic Idaho topo on CD- ROM covers the area but shows these trails somewhat inaccurately.
Local Maps

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Oct 2018