Canfield Mountain Single Track Trail System


The Canfield Mountain Trail System was designed for motorized trail bikes and bicycles. Trail 1562 is open to 4 wheel ATV's. Hikers are welcome as well. Motorized trail bikes have been using this area since the late 1950's. More recently, bicycles have become a major user of this area. All users are encouraged to respect the other types of uses.

View a trail map. A more detailed map with individual trail descriptions is available at the Fernan office of the Coeur d'Alene River Ranger District - 2502 E. Sherman Ave., Coeur d'Alene, ID.

At a Glance

Restrictions: Use of 3 and 4 wheel ATV's, dune buggies, or jeeps is prohibited, except on the 1562 Trail.
Closest Towns: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

General Information

Directions:

I. East Side (Shooting Range Parking):

  1. Take Interstate 90 Exit 15 (Sherman Ave.);
  2. Turn east (away from town) and continue 5.5 miles on County Road 108 (becomes Forest Road 268 at the Forest Boundary;
  3. The Shooting Range Parking Area is on the left at 5.5 miles.

II. West Side (Nettleton Gulch Parking):

  1. Take Interstate 90 Exit 14 (15th Street);
  2. Turn north on 15th St. and follow it 1.1 miles to Nettleton Gulch Road;
  3. Turn right on Nettleton Gulch Road and go 2.2 miles to the Nettleton Gulch Parking Area.

Activities

Mountain Biking

Designed for motorized trail bikes and bicycles. Trail 1562 is open to 4 wheel ATV's.
Difficulty Level: Difficult

Day Hiking

Designed for motorized trail bikes and mountain biking but the trail system is open to hikers as well. Trail 1562 is open to 4 wheel ATV's.

OHV Trail Riding

The 1562 trail is open to ATV's.

Related Information

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
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Trail lengths vary.