There Are More Bridges Than There Are Miles Along This Beautiful Hiking Trail In Idaho

Coeur d’Alene National Forest in northern Idaho is an outdoor lover’s paradise. This forest is home to an old cedar grove where you can walk among trees that date back hundreds of years. The Settlers Grove Interpretive Trail is one hike in this grove where you’ll not only walk among incredible natural wonders like these ancient cedar trees, but you’ll also cross beautiful bridges that take you over a flowing creek. It’s a day trip destination that is easy, beautiful, and unforgettable. Check it out for yourself.

Have you hiked through the Settler’s Grove of Ancient Cedars? Did you tackle the Settlers Grove Interpretive Trail in Idaho? Let us know in the comments! You can also learn more, including directions to the trailhead, on the U.S. Forest Service website.

If you love exploring ancient cedar trees, check out the Hobo Cedar Grove Botanical Area near Moscow. This is a 240-acre grove of large Western Red Cedar Trees that is just breathtaking!

OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article.

Address: Settler's Grove Interpretive Trail #162, Idaho Panhandle National Forest, NF-805, Wallace, ID 83873, USA