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All reviews snake pit beautiful scenery bike ride coeur d'alene the river mid september easy riding rail bed each direction tree roots great ride both directions benches and picnic tables minute drive state park bald eagles interpretive signs
My husband and I biked from Plummer to Harrison. It is a 30 mile round trip. Next time we do this ride we will do it in the reverse since the last 5 miles are a continuous 3 percent uphill. It would have been nice...More
This is the best bike trail we have ridden so far. We rode it in sections, between Enaville and Plummer, over a period of three days. For convenient access, we stayed at the Kahnderosa RV Park in Cataldo, which is right on the trail.
We've done bike tours all over the world, but can't say enough about this trail. Gorgeous scenery, excellent surface, clear signage, rest rooms, benches, all along the route.
1. Timing - We rode in mid-September, and managed to get a cool sunny day. Perfect for...More
Great trail for casual riding. Lots of beautiful scenery and, while often a bit far apart, a number of places to stop for food and/or drink, whether the several choices in Harrison, Timbers Roadhouse in Cataldo, the Snake Pit, Wallace, and Kellogg.
We started and ended in Harrison and it was awesome. We did this trail on a Friday and rented bikes from Cycle Haus in Harrison which had a great selection to choose from and the bikes were well maintained and in great shape. We rode...More
Beaver lodges, moose, swans, geese. great grey herons all along the trail. We traveled two different ways on two different days. The first day we traveled along the lake southward. This direction gives lakeviews and has lots of shade. It also features a super bridge...More
Biked all 72 miles over two days starting with an out and back for the last 15 miles from Harrison than getting a local shuttle out for the 58 miles from Mullan. The first 30 miles or so are along the highway and through towns,...More
We made it back to ride the trail, The first day we rode from Bull run trail head to cave lake. Quite a nice ride, we saw a moose. The second day we rode from the state park accross the bridge and up the lake...More
This is a fabulous easy bike trail that can be a long day ride or several day trips. The trail passes a beautiful lake, miles of rivers and marshes and wonderful habitat. Moose are up close and person...and can be a bit too close when...More
Ebikes are allowed only for those with a disability, and a permit is required. See friends of cda trails period org for details (posting the actual link is not allowed). That being said, we saw several ebikes when we rode... More
Ebikes are allowed only for those with a disability, and a permit is required. See friends of cda trails period org for details (posting the actual link is not allowed). That being said, we saw several ebikes when we rode last September.