Marie Saddle (413)

Total Miles


1,278.07 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Marie Saddle (413) takes you into the Coeur d'Alene National Forest from the Fourth of July Pass area. The road is a fairly easy climb and in decent shape in the summer and fall. This is one of many "entrances" into the Coeur d'Alene National Forest and will lead you to a network of several other trails if you wish to venture further into the forest or combine a few trails into a loop route. There's a parking lot right off I-90 and this area is popular with SXS and other off-road vehicles. This road is seasonally closed to full-width vehicles and is groomed for snowmobiles in the winter. You may encounter snow clear into May.

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Marie Saddle (413)
Marie Saddle (413)


Marie Saddle is in decent shape although it is restricted to snowmobiles over winter. Some smaller ruts and washouts exist, but any vehicle with moderate ground clearance should complete this trail with no issues. The road is one to two vehicles wide.

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Access Description

This trail is north of the 4th of July Pass area. Take exit 28 on I-90 and turn left onto Lakes Divide Road. Shortly after you'll take a left onto Alder Creek Road, and finally a right onto Marie Saddle (413).

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