Section 16 offers the perfect outdoor getaway that is close to town and overlooks Mirror Lake Golf Course. With over 11 miles of gently rolling, non-technical trails in the works, this trail system offers opportunities for families and individuals alike. Not only that, but the views of the Kootenai Valley from the northern section of this trail system are breathtaking!
Trailhead: 1099 Kootenai Trail Road, Bonners Ferry
Trail Facilities: Parking, Restroom, Kiosk, Pack it in/Pack it out
Trail Activity: Year-Round Use for Walking, Trail Running, Hiking, Mtn. Biking, Snowshoeing, Cross-Country skiing, Equestrian on roads/designated trail sections.
Difficulty Rating: Easy - Flat
Completed Trail Details:
Trail 201 / Power Broom: ● Easy 2.5 Mile loop – generally flat singletrack with minimal natural obstacles. Singletrack slated for winter grooming – see Winter Use below.
Trail 202 / Social Distancing: ● Easy 3.6 Miles – Generally flat singletrack with an added up & downhill section, minimal natural obstacles with optional obstacles for those ready to attempt new features. Singletrack slated for winter grooming – see Winter Use below.
Depending on conditions, both trails 201 and 202 will be groomed for fat-tire bicyclists, snowshoers, and traditional cross-country skiers. Select sections of the road system may also be groomed for cross-country and skate-skiing.
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Thank you all of our trail sponsors who have helped make the new Section 16 trail system a reality!
INNOVIA FOUNDATION: Grant to help build the new parking lot and provide trails signs.
EQUINOX: Grant for 2021 trail building crew.
KANIKSU BIKE COALITION: Grant for a new parking lot kiosk.
KG&T SEPTIC: Use of a portable toilet facility for 2020.
HANK WILLIS DENTISTRY
IDAHO FOREST GROUP
BOB & D