The city of Mullan is a unique place. Incorporated in 1904, this town of 675 has gone through many changes. It used to proudly host a movie theatre, dress shop, bakery, two grocery stores, two drugstores, and several cafes and saloons. This past does not take away from today's truth. Mullan is still, as some would say, God’s country. It's filled with beautiful scenery. It has a clear fishing stream running through the town. The local gas station serves as the neighborhood grocery store. The school system keeps children well educated. The post office is often times the place residents bump into neighbors and friends. The start of the 69-mile long bike trail, The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, is in town. Restaurants may come and go in this quaint little town, but the current residents love the town the way it is. Life here is simple, yet beautiful. And, at an elevation of 3,278 feet, Mullan is only six miles from some of the best snow in Idaho at Lookout Ski Resort.
Lookout Ski Resort & The Hiawatha Trail
Lookout Ski Resort, at an elevation of 5,650 feet, boasts 1,150 vertical feet and 540 acres with 34 runs. The updated ski lodge and rental shop are well equipped with food, beverage, and ski equipment. Right over the Montana border, you are only minutes to the Hiawatha Trail. This trail is an exhilarating experience you'll want to repeatedly enjoy. It's an old railroad grade, and it takes you through tunnels and over trestles.