North Idaho is an outdoor adventure paradise. Bonner County’s 1.1 million acres of private and public lands provide a wide variety of trails and pathways, from city sidewalks to
mountaintop hiking and snowmobile and horseback trails.
Bonner County has about 660 miles of existing biking, hiking, walking, and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) trails.
There are many ways to get involved with developing and maintaining trails in North Idaho. Any and all support from sweat equity to donations are greatly appreciated.
A trails advisory group has identified and prioritized over 160 miles of new trail opportunities to be developed in the next 10 years.
In 2014, the Bonner County Trail Mix
Committee was created. The Trail Mix Committee is made up of representatives from local trail and recreation groups and the county, local cities, and state and federal agencies. In the fall of 2014, the Trail Mix Committee began working with Idaho Conservation League and The Trust for Public Land to build on the county’s earlier trail planning work.