This Easy Nature Trail Near Idaho Leads You Through A Peaceful Forest And Straight To A 500-Year-Old Tree

Idaho is home to hundreds of must-do hiking trails but sometimes it’s worth venturing across state lines for an adventure to remember. The  Limber Pine Trail is one such adventure. This short and easy forest hike can be found approximately five miles south of the Idaho-Utah border as the crow flies, and it’s well worth venturing to when you’re itching for a memorable outing. Not only does it lead you through a delightful and peaceful forest, but you’ll eventually end up at the landmark for which the trail is named: a 500-year-old organism known as the Limber Pine Tree.

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