Pulaski Tunnel Trail
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Interesting history of the 1910 Wallace fire that burned more than 3 million acres. Its so beautiful now you would never know there was such a devastating fire. Also Wallace is a cool little mining town with some fun shops and pubs.
The Pulaski Tunnel Trail is a well-maintained hiking trail that traces part of the route that Edward Pulaski’s crew followed during their escape from the 1910 fires. The trail’s two-mile course brings hikers to an overlook across the creek from the Nicholson mine adit - better known as the Pulaski…
Historic scene of the 1910 fire where Ed Pulaski became famous in an amazing fire fighter rescue. High mountain, pristine environment. 2 mile hike. 1 hour drive east of Coeur d' Alene.
Beautifully maintained historic trail. The first 1/6th mile is ADA accessable.
Great hike - first half is very easy and second half a little more difficult. Improved trail the entire route. Great piece of local history along a lovely mountain stream.