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Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes

Plummer, ID
+1 208-682-3814
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Way to go Idaho

This trail is a absolute gem and I take a lot of emotion to credit the accomplishment. A beautiful... read more

Reviewed yesterday
CraigDes
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Calgary canada
Terrific Rail-Trail

This is a gold medal rail-trail: 72 miles long across the Idaho Panhandle, all paved, good... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ColoradoTraveler9901
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Colorado
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  • Average1%
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“rose lake” (3 reviews)
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Plummer, ID
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Reviewed yesterday

This trail is a absolute gem and I take a lot of emotion to credit the accomplishment. A beautiful trail that rolls through amazing and peaceful countryside. We stopped in Kellogg the first night after riding a short stint (mostly downhill from the east) from...More

Thank CraigDes
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a gold medal rail-trail: 72 miles long across the Idaho Panhandle, all paved, good trailside amenities. We spent a week riding the entire trail in sections, and rode it in both directions since we enjoyed the scenery so much. Great map available from...More

Thank ColoradoTraveler9901
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the only bike trail we know of that runs 72 miles, paved, with restrooms and picnic tables along the way. Awesome views of several lakes and rivers along the way and flat for the most part. We've biked in many places and this...More

Thank jsharpton
Reviewed 15 June 2017

a lovely place to visit, the visitors station at coeur d'Alene was not a place to get information, for those not willing/interested in riding there and back I think it might be possible to stay in Wallace one night, ride to Harrison ( 40 miles)...More

1  Thank familyofsix78
Reviewed 2 June 2017

I have been on this trail several times on different sections. One ride was from Mullan all the way downhill for about 14 miles. Downhill is always less stressful. I have also taken the trail over the arched bridge from Heyburn State Park to Harrison...More

1  Thank Rosemary S
Reviewed 25 May 2017

My wife and I are leisure riders, so were looking for a short ride to enjoy the beautiful scenery. After renting hybrid bikes in Coeur d'Alene, we drove 45 min to Plummer, where there is a trailhead. Plenty of parking and restrooms. The trail is...More

1  Thank DmDad
Reviewed 20 February 2017

The Trail of The CDA's is an absolutely wonderful asset to our region. The scenery cannot be beat, it's easy enough for kids and less athletic folks to enjoy, but depending on how long you go, it can be a great workout as well. I've...More

Thank zillyzil
Reviewed 6 October 2016

We started out at Bull Run for our century ride. We were the first to park in the small paved parking lot. There was a decent amount of pine needles on the trail. We went up to Osburn where we were going to turn around...More

Thank western u
Reviewed 30 September 2016

From everything I have read, the trail, especially between Harrison and Plummer, is beautiful. With that in mind, we were finishing our Canadian Rockies road trip by driving to Harrison, ID from Canada, intending to stay overnight in Harrison and bike that portion of the...More

Thank Michael K
Reviewed 27 September 2016 via mobile

We are gentle riders - just out to enjoy the scenery and like flat easy trails! We got on at the Cataldo trailhead and rode up to The Snakepit restaurant, had lunch and 'mozied' back. A lovely, relaxing afternoon.

1  Thank Julie S
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The Snake Pit
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27 March 2017|
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Response from zillyzil | Reviewed this property |
Personally, I would choose to stay in Harrison, rather than Plummer. Plummer itself is kind of shabby. Harrison is a really cute town right on the trail and the lake. If you need to be closer to the very beginning, you... More
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PortlandRio
23 March 2016|
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Consider either Wallace or Kellogg. Both are right on the trail. Course d Alene is not. It is 35 miles west of the trail. The prettiest parts of the trail starts at Pinehurst. You get away from I 90 there and start into... More
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