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Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes

Plummer, ID
+1 208-682-3814
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Lovely trail, Plummer to Harrison

Trail starts in Plummer, just north of town in handy parking lots. Toilets and water available... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Chuck S
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Idaho
via mobile
Great ride

With plenty of places to park and unload you don’t need to tackle the entire 78 miles at once! We... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
matt f
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Idaho Falls, Idaho
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“rose lake” (3 reviews)
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Plummer, ID
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+1 208-682-3814
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"heyburn state park"
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"rose lake"
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"coeur d'alene"
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"long bridge"
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"great ride"
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"birds including"
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"looking forward to going back"
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"turned around"
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"bike shop"
in 3 reviews
"parking area"
in 3 reviews
"picnic tables"
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"joe river"
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"harrison"
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"kellogg"
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Trail starts in Plummer, just north of town in handy parking lots. Toilets and water available. Downhill all the way to the lake, about 8 miles, through pine forest. Trail is railroad grade, all smooth asphalt. Over the whoopsy doodles of the Chatcolet Bridge, then...More

2  Thank Chuck S
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

With plenty of places to park and unload you don’t need to tackle the entire 78 miles at once! We enjoyed riding a few legs of 16 miles each day then trucking bikes to where we left off the day before

3  Thank matt f
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Reviewed February 16, 2018

We had been wanting to visit this rail-trail for some time, but we didn't have our bikes with us on this trip and were going to be on foot so we went to the trail head at Heyburn State Park ($5 admission). The day-use parking...More

2  Thank CrankingChick
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Reviewed February 10, 2018 via mobile

Sunny but only 24• with the windchill so we only went a half mile out. Very nice, easy path paved in asphalt. We saw a railroad wye and crossed a noisy creek on a sturdy bridge. We’ll be back!

Thank ChicknAmy
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Reviewed September 16, 2017

This is one of the best bike paths I've ridden on. Rails to Trails so it's nice and flat. It's very well maintained with restrooms and even a bike maintenance station, but the best is that it runs beside the lake and along the river....More

1  Thank Pogonips13
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Reviewed August 30, 2017

We went from Wallace up to Mullan, The trail is all asphalt, the grade is not to bad up hill, but we didn't have to peddle on the way back!

Thank C1920VJbrians
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Reviewed August 21, 2017

What an awesome trail! If you like miles of wide paved uncrowded bike trails with beautiful views, it doesn’t get better than this. Our highlight was an evening ride where we stopped and watched a mama moose and her calf standing on the trail munching...More

1  Thank DogPonyRanch
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Reviewed August 5, 2017 via mobile

The Trail is fantastic and in great condition. There are benches all along the way to stop and rest or have a snack. The scenery can be amazing, too. We started in Kellogg and rode almost to Cataldo before turning around to go back to...More

Thank RalvinG
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Reviewed July 25, 2017

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

3  Thank CraigDes
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Reviewed July 18, 2017

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

2  Thank ColoradoTraveler9901
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PassionateRetirement
January 30, 2018|
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Response from RalvinG | Reviewed this property |
I don't think there is a problem at all. There are to be no motorized vehicles but an electric assist bike shouldn't be a problem.
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March 27, 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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