Indian Cliff Trail

Coeur d'Alene, Washington 99144

Indian Cliff Trail

Indian Cliff Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Heyburn State Park consists of over 7800 acres of forest, meadows, and lakes. Established in 1908, it became Idaho’s first state park. Protecting land and water where Lake Coeur d’Alene, the St. Joe River, and the Palouse converge, Heyburn offers incredible natural diversity and sublime scenery.

And thanks to the hard work of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), Heyburn is graced with family-friendly campgrounds, tranquil picnic grounds, and a good trail system. Heyburn makes for a perfect weekend getaway for you and your pooch, especially in spring and fall when visitation is low."

More Indian Cliff Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"Hike to the semi-open, often flower-covered ridge above Chatcolet Lake. Take in the view from the viewpoint before descending again, down through the forest, to the Indian Cliffs Trailhead. This trail is open to hikers only. Dogs are prohibited.

The Indian Cliffs Trail and the CCC Nature Trail begin along the same route. As you leave the trailhead, the track first climbs three steps, then passes a reader board. The course crosses a small wooden bridge 0.2 mile from the trailhead. Just after crossing the bridge is the trail junction that starts the loop portion of this hike."

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Trail Information

Coeur d'Alene
Nearby City
3
Distance
500 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
2 hours
Duration
Best April to November
Season
2,050 feet
Trailhead Elevation
2,700 feet
Top Elevation
Views, Wildflowers
Features
Heyburn State Park
Local Contacts
USGS Harrison, Chatcolet
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Oct 2018