Idaho City Area Trail Map
The Motorized Trails Program was created in 1970 to ensure quality motorized recreational opportunities remain available by providing for maintenance, education, and enforcement partnerships.
The Motorized Trails Program mission is to provide leadership statewide in the area of OHV recreation; to work with land managers to provide maintenance on designated trails, develop new opportunities, provide safety and education classes, and provide comment on all motorized travel planning within Idaho through the use of designated funding.
Located less than 2 miles from the hotel, Steamboat Gulch can satisfy all your sledding needs!
Historic Walking Tours
Rhonda Jameson has been giving tours of Idaho City's Historic District, for 20 years. Pre-scheduled tours go out, starting at the Idaho City Visitor Center, on Hwy 21/Main St., on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 10:00am, and last about an hour. They are appropriate for all ages who can walk 4-6 blocks. Prepare to be transported in time, to the 1860's, when Idaho City was the Queen of the Gold Camps - biggest city in the Pacific Northwest. Tour includes the Miners Exchange Saloon and vault, the Idaho Territorial Penitentiary, and Courthouse, among the dozens of historic buildings. It is appropriate for all ages who can walk 4-6 blocks. Tours are $3/person, with a $30 minimum.
Located less than two miles down Ponderosa Pine Scenic Highway is one of the gems of the town. Enjoy winter in the mountains while soaking in natural mineral waters. This luxurious facility offers everything needed for a relaxing day.