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Sherwood Forest Trails

Also known as “Syringa Trails” by the locals, Sherwood Forest offers year-round access to hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing throughout this 143-acre conservation easement. In addition to offering a exceptional outdoor recreation, this area is an important habitat for whitetail deer wintering, and glimpses of moose and elk are not uncommon.

The trails twist and turn, climb up and over, offer forested sections and spectacular views of the Pend Oreille River and beyond. If you look real carefully, you will find art treasures along the trails, donated by a local sculptor.

To access Sherwood Forest, travel west on Pine Street, 1.5 miles from the N. Division Street/Pine Street intersection. The dirt trailhead parking ahead is located directly in front of you, at the sharp right hand corner.

To learn more about conversation easements, visit the Kaniksu Land Trust website at

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