The Idaho Centennial Trail represents nearly 1000 miles of rough and rugged backcountry travel. Crossing the state from Nevada to Canada, it winds through some of the most isolated locations in the lower-48. From the desolate desert of the Snake River Plain to the lush Western forests and world-class rivers, the ICT will show you all there is to love about Idaho.
The ICT crosses through many of Idaho’s giant tracts of protected wilderness. The Sawtooth, Frank Church River of No Return, and Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Areas make up an approximately 4 million acre wilderness corridor at the heart of Idaho. The ICT delves deep into places previously only accessible by river raft or private aircraft.
With only a handful of completed thru-hikes since its official designation in 1990, the ICT presents a unique and challenging opportunity to any prospective hikers. Come experience the unmatched solitude and incomparable remoteness of the Idaho Centennial Trail..