Lone Pine Viewpoint

Tensed, Idaho

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Hike this short trail along the upper southern slope of Skyline Ridge, through diverse transitional zone forest that is being managed to mimic the way nature intended this type of woods to be. Watch for elk and white-tailed deer all along this route—they are common here. Dogs are allowed but must be kept under close control. The trails in McCroskey State Park are multiple-use, so you may meet horses, bikes, and ORVs. Most of the time traffic is light enough that this is not a problem.

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"Hike this short trail along the upper southern slope of Skyline Ridge, through diverse transitional zone forest that is being managed to mimic the way nature intended this type of woods to be. Watch for elk and white-tailed deer all along this route—they are common here.

Dogs are allowed but must be kept under close control. The trails in McCroskey State Park are multiple-use, so you may meet horses, bikes, and ORVs. Most of the time traffic is light enough that this is not a problem."

Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Tensed
Distance: 1.6 miles
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Late spring, summer and early fall.
Additional Use: Camping, ATV/OHV
Features: Views
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Heyburn and McCroskey State Parks, 1291 Chatcolet Rd., Plummer, ID 83851; (206) 686-1308
Local Maps: The Mary Minerva McCroskey State Park Map, available as you enter the park, covers the area and shows the trails.

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Jun 2018