Summer Trails

Hiking at Galena

The trails around Galena are easily accessible and lead into some of the most spectacular country on the planet. Choose between ridge-lines or vast meadows as you weave through commanding forests alongside bubbling creeks. From a relaxing stroll through Senate meadow to an all day ascent of Galena peak, you can take no wrong turn. And bring Fido, dogs are welcome on all of our trails. Come and enjoy the hiking trails around Galena!

Biking at Galena

Whether you are a first time mountain biker or a seasoned rider, the trails at Galena have something for everyone. Sample all types of mountain bike trails at Galena; from dirt forest roads to ski trails and single track challenges. Over 30 miles of brand new trails wind past old mining sites and cabins, towering trees, fields of flowers, abundant wildlife and spectacular views of the Boulder and Smokey mountains. Looking to get a little bit more out of your mountain biking adventure? Galena Lodge now offers guided mountain bike tours. From a more gentle cruise on the new summer trails to 1500 foot descents ending up in Ketchum, we can put together a tour with just the right fit.

The Harriman Trail

The Harriman trail provides a key transportation connection through the scenic corridor–linking the Sawtooth NRA headquarters on its south end to US Forest Service campgrounds, Easley Hot Springs and finally, the Galena Lodge at its northern terminus. The trail has been designed to accommodate wheelchair access and invites a larger spectrum of recreationists to the upper Big Wood River Valley who might not venture into this landscape in the absence of a strong directional trail system. Along its eighteen mile course the Harriman trail rolls next to the Big Wood River, alternating through spacious meadows, aspen stands and lodgepole forest, always with the majestic Boulder Mountain range as a scenic backdrop.

Horseback Riding at Galena

Please visit or call Galena Stage Stop Corrals for more information regarding guided horseback rides in the Galena Lodge area. Call 208-726-1735 or Click here