Isabella Point Trailhead

Area Status: Open

The Isabella Point Trailhead serves as the beginning to trail 95 which connects to trail 399, taking hikers/stock on a journey into the spectacular Mallard Larkins Pioneer Area. Two campground units are located at the trailhead.

At a Glance

Reservations: Camp spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Fees: No Fee.
Best Season: Summer, Fall
Restroom: Yes, 1 disability accessible toilet.
Information Center: North Fork Ranger District, 208-476-4541

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Campground Camping

2 sites

Day Hiking

Trail 95 connects to trail 399, which takes hikers into the Mallard Larkins Pioneer Area.

Trail 95: 6.3 miles; approx. 3 hours.  Moderate hike well suited for hikers and horses. First 4 miles travel through old-growth cedar and white pine, while old-growth hemlock dominate ridgetop.

Trail 399: The Nub Trail; 10.2 miles; approx. 3 hours. Difficult hike! First 5 miles gain approx 4400' in elevation arriving at the Nub. After gaining ridgetop elevation, the trail levels out to a rolling grade. Mallard Peak has historic lookout. Access to Mallard-Larkins Pioneer Area.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate to Difficult


See descriptions in Day Hiking. The trails accessed through this trailhead can be utilized in either a short day hiking fashion or backpacking over a period of days.

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