The well-maintained Red Bluff trail is a great place to enjoy the Colville National Forest’s native flora and fauna in May through November. Wild berries, like raspberry, thimbleberry, red bearberry and wild strawberry, grow beneath a forest of aspen, birch, mountain maple trees and towering cedar trees. See delicate queen’s cup bead lily and lupine flowers blooming in the warmer months. In summer through the fall, you can also spot some lovely pearly everlasting grace blossoms.
Bighorn sheep, moose, elk, bald eagles and even the endangered woodland caribou may be seen from the trail. It is important to note that more dangerous wildlife like grizzly bears, black bears, mountain lions and grey wolves have also been seen in the area, so it is important to use caution.