English Point East

Hayden, Idaho

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The east side of the English Point Trail System consists of the Red Loop and the Gray Loop Trails. The Red Loop Trail is the longer route of the two. The Red and Gray Loops follow the same route for their first 0.4 mile and last 0.3 mile. Both loops offer easy hiking through second-growth forest. The Red Loop also features a couple of viewpoints. Either of these loops is great for all but the smallest children (unless they are in a kiddy pack). Dogs are permitted but must be kept under control. These trails are open to hikers and skiers only; however, horse trails do cross them.

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"The east side of the English Point Trail System consists of the Red Loop and the Gray Loop Trails. The Red Loop Trail is the longer route of the two. The Red and Gray Loops follow the same route for their first 0.4 mile and last 0.3 mile. Both loops offer easy hiking through second-growth forest. The Red Loop also features a couple of viewpoints. Either of these loops is great for all but the smallest children (unless they are in a kiddy pack).

Dogs are permitted but must be kept under control. These trails are open to hikers and skiers only; however, horse trails do cross them."

Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing, Hiking
Nearby City: Hayden
Distance: 1.6 miles
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Features: Views
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: USDA Forest Service, Coeur d’Alene River Ranger District, Fernan Office, 2502 E. Sherman Ave., Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814; (208) 664-2318
Local Maps: 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 7.5-minute quad covers the area.

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Jun 2018