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Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes

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jane572018 wrote a review Sep 2020
Gwinn, Michigan39 contributions3 helpful votes
Riding this Trail was the main focus of our trip. It didn't disappoint. It was beautiful riding over the bridge and along the water. Each section has it own uniqueness. We stopped in Harrison one day and got sandwiches at the Harrison Grocery and Deli and ate at a picnic spot on the trail. The second day when we rode the opposite direction we got ice cream at the Harrison Creamery (share a single with someone since it so big!). We did the ride up to Mullan and it is definitely a downhill ride back to Wallace. Our last day we rode from Wallace to Catoldo. Saw a moose running on a road next to the trail - very cool! Highly recommend putting this on your bucket list!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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JBTRAABC wrote a review Jul 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada7 contributions1 helpful vote
The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes is beautiful! We originally wanted to do the Hiawatha trail but didn't get reservations in time. We set up reservations with Cycle Haus in Harrison and are so glad we did. We got bikes for 4 hours, and rode about 33 miles. We started first going east, and made it about 7 or 8 miles, then headed back to Harrison. Saw some Herons and a few hawks. Then we headed west towards Plummer and the bridge and looked this section even more. It's 7 miles to the bridge. We made it there and back in 2 hours, stopping quite a bit for pictures. My family liked this section more than east of Harrison. Saw lots of hawks/ eagles, some circling close overhead. Everyone loved being out on the bridge, and lots of beautiful wildflowers along the trail. Very easy trail, super flat in both directions. We are not cyclists at all, but loved this adventure. I opted to get electric bikes for my wife and 12yr old daughter and it was easily worth the money. They may have done it all on regular bikes, but they would NOT have enjoyed it. Electric bikes made it a breeze. Cycle Haus got us all fitted and bikes sized right, had some tools in case we needed anything, and the bikes were in excellent shape.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Tom A wrote a review Jun 2020
San Jose, California62 contributions62 helpful votes
We didn't start in Plummer -- rather we went to Harrison, where we rented bikes at the Cycle Haus (which has, believe it or not, good coffee/tea, beer, and a restaurant along with a good bike rental facility. We (family of 5) took a morning ride toward Plummer, turning around at Heyborn State Park so we could get back to the Cycle Haus for lunch. For some members of our family, that 20 miles (including a fun railroad bridge over the lake) was enough. Dad soldiered on with an afternoon ride toward Medimont along the river and next to lakes with beautiful scenery. About 40 miles total, which was an easy ride on this very flat trail. This is the nicest bike trail I've been on in terms of road surface quality (smooth paved asphalt) and facilities (bathrooms provided at frequent points along the way). Definitely worth the drive down from Coeur d'Alene if you're staying there.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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western u wrote a review Jun 2020
Marysville, Washington829 contributions204 helpful votes
Best Trail I have been on. We rode up to Mullan, down to Harrison and got some ice cream, continued down to the old train trestle across the bridge and back to our vehicle. We got 130 miles this day! We saw at least 9 moose, 2 beavers, 2 muskrats, birds (maybe some pelicans in the mix? We didn't know what these albatross looking birds were.) There is little drinking water on the trail. There is water at the maintenance facility, and Heyburn State Park.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Laurie wrote a review Oct 2019
Cape Coral, Florida43 contributions12 helpful votes
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 to get the work over earlier in the ride. Other than that it was a perfect ride. It is off the road on a nice paved path with either views of the forest or of the lake. There are plenty of places to stop and rest or go the bathroom. There are not a lot of places to get water so make sure you bring plenty of water. We will definitely be back.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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