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Pee Wee Trails - TrailMeister added this area

Priest River, ID

Riders have logged 32.87 miles & 10.60 hours here.

TOP TRAIL RIDER: scubadiver49 logged 13.00 miles.

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Date Rider Hours Minutes Miles GPS Photos Rating
30 Nov -0001 1trailmeister Ride Notes 0 h 0m 8 ☆☆☆☆☆
12 Aug 2018 scubadiver49 Ride Notes 1 h 45m 6
11 Aug 2018 scubadiver49 Ride Notes 1 h 0m 3
11 Aug 2018 scubadiver49 Ride Notes 1 h 30m 4
16 Jul 2017 1trailmeister Ride Notes 2 h 45m 4.78
25 Jul 2015 Anonymous Ride Notes 3 h 36m 7.09

The Pee Wee trails are suitable for riders of all types and is one of the first trail system to open in the spring. Please be considerate and follow all LNT guidelines so that this area remains open to equestrian users.

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