Fourth of July

Fourth of July Pass Recreation Area Brochure and Maps

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Brochure

Inner Loop Map

Outer Area Map

Twisted Klister Trail System

Core Map of 4th of July Trails

Extended Map of 4th of July Trails

Colored Topo Map of 4th of July Trails

Link to Colored Topo Map of 4th of July Trails on Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Website.  Note: the map above it is a more accurate version.

11 Responses to Fourth of July

  1. Darla says:

    When is the free parking day this year? Last year it was Jan 2.

  2. Sonya Jennings says:

    Is the Idaho State Park pass good for Park and Ski at 4th of July pass?

  3. EDEN says:

    I recently took the 4rth of july exit to try the twisted klister snowshoe trail and had no idea where these trail heads were. Can you help me to better understand how to find these trails,

  4. Dan Florian says:

    I think his name was John met him in the parking lot on Thursday he suggested I go above for snowshoeing the twisted kilter trail he was right on with his statement I had a great time found it like he said cant wait to go back this week THANKS AGAIN

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  6. John Johnson says:

    I am a newbe in both cross country and snowshoeing. Any good locations to rent equipment to give it a try first? What exist off of 90 is the access road noted on the maps? Are the trails open every day?

    Thanks,

    John

    • Webmaster says:

      Trails are open every day. Conditions vary because our weather changes a lot sometimes. Grooming is usually on Friday – conditions permitting. Park-N-Ski Permit required.
      http://panhandlenordicclub.com/about-the-club/park-and-ski-permits/
      For rentals call Tri-State Outfitters, Two-Wheeler Dealer, Vertical Earth. There may be other places.
      Don’t know the exit number, but it is well marked as Fourth of July Recreation Area (about 11 miles E. of Coeur d’Alene).

    • Sid says:

      John, the Ski Shack in Hayden, Idaho (north end of Coeur D Alene) has rentals also. The exit number is 28, it’s 14 miles from Coeur D Alene.

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