Trails and Roads - Idaho

Bill Chipman Trail (Moscow, ID to Pullman, WA)
Length: 7 miles

This trail runs between Pullman, Wa and Moscow, Id.

North Idaho/Spokane River Centennial Trail (Idaho state line to Coeur d' Alene, ID)
Length: 23 miles in Id and 37 miles in WA

The North Idaho Centennial Trail is an extension of the Spokane River Centennial Trail. The two trails connect Spokane to Coeur d' Alene. Please see the Spokane River Centennial Trail entry above.

North Idaho Centennial Trail

Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes (Coeur d' Alene, ID)
Length: 72+ miles

This trail is newly paved and is an old railway which has been converted for recreational use. It runs through Silver Valley, into the Chain Lake Region, along the shore of Lake Coeur d' Alene, and through Heyburn State Park and the Coeur d' Alene Indian Reservation. It is a beautiful train with a lot of history.

Coeur d' Alene Visitor's Bureau - Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes

Friends of the Coeur d' Alene Trails

Lewiston Clarkston Levee Trail (Lewiston, ID to Clarkston, WA)
Length: about 18 miles

The Lewiston/Clarkston levee trail runs for about 6 miles on the Washington side of the Snake River from Clarkston to Asotin and continues on the Idaho side of the Snake River for about 6 miles before turning east in Lewiston and heading up the Clearwater River for about 6 more miles. The entire route is very scenic and, although there are a few rough areas, much of the trail is newly repaved and ideal for skating. The dry eastern Washington weather makes this trail accessible almost year round. There are only a few minor obstacles. First, there are three bridge crossings, but very minimal contact with traffic. Second, watch out for dogs on long leashes and pass with care. The users tend to be very courteous, but are not used to higher speed trail traffic. Third, watch out for the ducks and geese. They've made a few areas extremely slippery.

www.lewiston.com

Sandpoint Area Trails (Sandpoint, ID)
Length: ?

This is a series of existing and proposed trails around Sandpoint, Id. If anyone has more info on the status of these trails, please contact us.