Horn Mountain Adventures

Priest River, Idaho

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Rock mountain of trails and extravagant sites

Right across the street from Preist River huge boulders with moss and trails everywhere with water and power at the bottom for charging great for hikers!

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Adventures Nearby

  • Hike or Kayak to Bead Lake Campsites

    There are two entrances to Bead Lake - the boat launch and the ridge road. Turn right onto Bead Lake Ridge Road and follow it until you arrive at the parking lot. Start the hike at the marked trailhead #127 down to the lake through a dark cedar fo...

  • Hike the Mickinnick Trail

    The trailhead for this hike starts in a city park, so if you have dogs, they'll need to be on leash to start out. You won't have to walk very far before reaching a gate that separates the city park from US Forest Service area. Past this gate, leas...

    7 miles 2150 ft gain

  • Hike to Quartz Mountain Lookout

    Drive to Mt. Spokane State Park and park at Selkirk Lodge. This hike can only be accessed before the ski area opens because the trail up to the lookout is along part of the cross country ski area.You may not need snowshoes for this hike depending...

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