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- 0 0Published on May 02, 2015
The water is still a little chilly for floating and swimming while camping – so bring your bike and enjoy our many trails! Our area is full of hiking and biking trails for all levels of bicyclists.
The Centennial Trail, 37.5 miles of paved trail which is perfect for a bike trip! The Trail’s path generally follows the contours of the Spokane River and winds through Downtown Spokane to Nine Mile Falls, Washington. “The western most section of the Trail begins at Riverside State Park and ends at Sontage Park in Nine Mile. This is by far the most challenging section of the Trail. Users are rewarded for their exertion with breathtaking views of the river and the wild beauty of Riverside State Park.” Reported by the Spokane Centennial Trail website.
The City of Coeur d’Alene has 39 miles of pedestrian and bike paths, with even more in the works. If you like to hike or bike, don’t miss out on these any of these trails! “The Coeur d' Alene Parkway is a paved parkway that lies along the north shore of Lake Coeur d' Alene and has 5.7 miles of non-motorized fun. The parkway is part of the nationally famous North Idaho Centennial Trail, a multi-use recreational trail system that meanders for 24 miles from the Idaho/Washington state line.”
Silver Mountain Resort in Kellogg, ID is ready for the Summer Gondola & Bike Park season. According to Silver Mountain you can “Enjoy a scenic ride to the mountain top to access an interpretive nature trail, disc golf course and the best lift served biking in the Northwest. Silver Mountain Resort is home to North America's longest gondola - a 3.1 mile journey from Kellogg to the Mountain House where kids will enjoy our play structure and all will enjoy fresh mountain air, nature's beauty and delicious food!”
Opening May 23rd. Located near Lookout Pass and rated as the Crown Jewel of Rails to Trails. “It was called one of the most scenic stretches of railroad in the country. When the Milwaukee Railroad was operating, the trains traversed through 11 tunnels and over 9 high trestles, covering a 46 mile route that crossed the rugged Bitterroot Mountains between Idaho and Montana. The "Route of the Hiawatha" is most famous for the long St. Paul Pass, or Taft Tunnel which burrows for 8771 ft. (1.66 miles) under the Bitterroot Mountains at the state line.” There is shuttle service available 7 days a week to provide transportation for individuals and their bikes. Bike rentals available!
Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail, part of the Clearwater and Snake River National Recreation Trail starts in Hells Gate State Park in Lewiston and descends the Snake River on the Idaho side. This 12.3 mile trails is paved and marked along the way with plaques describing the Lewis and Clark historic journey. Other nearby trails, are noted on the Trail Link website.
Bike racks are available for your RV, so pack up your bike and enjoy the trail!
Is there a certain trail that you and your family enjoy? Do you have a favorite story you’d like to share? Please post them here or on our Facebook page! We’d love to hear from you!