Biking Trails in Coeur dAlene

Word class mountain biking and trail riding for the whole family. Adventures or day long easy riding excursions, we have great biking in North Idaho for any level of experience. We have 3 of the best trails listed below.

Hiawatha Trail

Hiawatha Trail

You will bicycle through the 1.66 mile long St. Paul Pass Tunnel and then wind through the North Idaho mountains over train trestles and more tunnels. The trail is 15 miles long and takes about 2 1/2 hours to ride at a leisurely pace. There are 46 interpretive signs along the way and 5 restrooms. The bottom trail-head, Pearson, is where the shuttle buses are located to transport you and your bike back to the Roland trail-head which is just below the West Portal of the big tunnel. This means you pedal back through the St. Paul Pass Tunnel to reach your vehicle. Directions Take I 90 East to Exit 5 (in Montana) and follow the signs for 2 miles to the East Portal trail-head.
Trail of The Coeur d`Alene`s

Trail of The Coeur d`Alene`s

The Trail of The Coeur d`Alene`s offers a wonderful ride through Idaho back country. Follow the Coeur d`Alene river and the beautiful chain lakes to Lake Coeur d`Alene.
Centennial Trail

Centennial Trail

The centennial trail passes through Coeur d`Alene and Post Falls. Our favorite section fronts Lake Coeur d`Alene and downtown. This is a great trail for families looking for a stop for lunch.