Hiking & Biking in North Idaho

Enjoy one of the best perks of North Idaho with your family, the outdoors!

There are an innumerable amount trails – whether you’re walking, biking, or jogging. To make the search for the best trail for you a little easier, we put together a list of a few of our favorites.

 

 

 

Trail of the Hiawatha

 

~ 56 Miles from Coeur d’Alene, by Lookout Pass ~¬†

~ Bike Trail ~

~ 15 Miles Long ~

~ The trail is an old train route, equipped with tunnels & sky high trestles ~

~ Level of Difficulty: Easy – Moderate (It’s all Down Hill) ~

 

 

 

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North Idaho Centennial Trail

 

~ Starts on the WA/ID State Line through Coeur d’Alene to Higgens Point ~

~ Walking, Jogging, or Biking Trail ~

~ 23 Miles Long ~

~ Connects to the Spokane River Centennial Trail at State Line ~

~ Level of Difficulty: Easy ~

 

 

 

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Mineral Ridge Trail

 

~ Located in Coeur d’Alene ~

~ 3.3 Miles Long ~

~ Excellent Views of Coeur d’Alene Lake ~

~ Level of Difficulty: Easy – Moderate ~

 

 

 

 

 

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Tubbs Hill & Nature Trail

 

~ Located in Coeur d’Alene ~

~ Hiking Trail ~

~ 2 Mile Loop ~

~ On a Peninsula with Lake Coeur d’Alene Boarding on the West, South and East Sides ~

~ Level of Difficulty: Easy ~

 

 

 

 

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Pulaski Tunnel Trail

 

~ Located in Wallace – 60 Miles from Coeur d’Alene ~

~ Hiking ~

~ 4 Mile Round Trip ~

~ Take the Route the Fireman Took in the “Big Blowup” of 1910 ~

~ Level of Difficulty: Starts easy and as the trail progresses it becomes more arduous ~

 

 

 

 

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Trail to Upper Priest Lake

 

~ Located by Priest River – 90 Miles from Coeur d’Alene ~

~ Biking & Hiking ~

~ 8 Miles Long ~

~ Visit Upper Priest Lake, Which is Only Accessible by Trail or Boat ~

~ Level of Difficulty: Easy-Moderate ~

 

 

 

 

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Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes¬†

 

~ Starts in the Silver Valley and Ends in Plummer ~

~ Walking, Jogging, or Biking Trail ~

~ 72 Miles Long ~

~ Level of Difficulty: Easy ~

 

 

 

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Hidden Lake

 

~ Located near Bonner’s Ferry ~

~ Walking & Hiking Trail ~

~ 6.6 Miles Long ~

~ See the Beautiful Hidden Lake at the End of the Hike ~

~ Level of Difficulty: Moderate ~