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North Idaho Centennial Trail

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North Idaho Centennial Trail

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The Centennial Trail captures the beauty of Coeur d'Alene and it's crown jewel, Lake Coeur d'Alene. We have structured our bike rentals to provide easy access to this trail and the many restaurants and shopping downtown Coeur d'Alene and Riverstone Village has to offer. Our electric assist bicycles come in various versions to fit your size and style and are quality, durable and comfortable bikes. Have little ones to join the fun? We also rent single, double and tandem bike trailers that hold 100 lbs each. Helmets are included. An electric bike is one of the very best ways to enjoy some of the best shoreline in the Pacific Northwest. The electric assist makes the journey easy, even for those who haven't been on a bike for a while. Many who try it once are hooked on the comfort and increased enjoyment while riding a bike.
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Jeffery wrote a review Sep 2020
Gainesville, Georgia37 contributions5 helpful votes
Beautiful bike trail that runs through the heart of Coeur d'Alene. We picked it up in the heart of downtown and rode all the way to the south end. (About 15 miles round trip). There is a section where you have to go through a neighborhood but it's well marked and easy to follow. Loved the scenic views. (Warning: There are some hills, so be prepared). Well worth it though, and you can rent bikes in town. We rented ours from Coeur d'Alene Bike Company, which is about one block off the trail.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Randy S wrote a review Jul 2020
Portland, Oregon307 contributions248 helpful votes
We wrote a couple of times from downtown Coeur d'Alene toward the border with Washington, and East to the end of the trail. It was a very nice spots and some that were not so good but the paving was excellent all the way around. A much better ride is the route of the Coeur d'alenes, that one is awesome
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Philip S wrote a review Sep 2019
197 contributions41 helpful votes
This is a great and safe way to see the area. No need to worry about cars. I wish more places had trails like this one.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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rkmaretzki wrote a review Aug 2019
Calgary, Canada95 contributions53 helpful votes
We decided to ride the section of trail along Lake Coeur d’Alene and so glad we did. The vistas are spectacular and it was good to ride the entire waterfront from the Spokane river, through town and out to Higgins Point. First of all try to get a trail map from the info center in town. To get to the trailhead we drove I-90 west for a short distance then Exit 11 to Seltice Way. It’s very easy and you will see the parking lot/trail head. We headed in the direction of town on the marked trail but it soon ended. You will have to make your way through the Riverstone Park community to find where the trail is along the river. *this is unmarked* Otherwise take a moment to orient yourself at the parking lot. As you face the trail take the path to the left or away from town. It soon branches to north for Prairie Trail, west for the trail towards Spokane and south leading to the river and Higgins Point. We loved riding this section of the trail, there is a climb at about mile 20 but you get to coast to the point.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Meander551298 wrote a review Jul 2019
Spencer, Massachusetts61 contributions12 helpful votes
My husband and I rented bikes from Trek Bicycle Store on 4th Street in CdA. For a reasonable price, helmets and E-bikes can be rented for a full or 1/2 day excursion. As neither me or my husband were familiar with how an E-bike works, the friendly staff gave great instruction, directions to the Centennial Trail, and off we went. My husband had knee replacement surgery 4.5 months ago, and the E-bike was a perfect option for him. We reserved the bikes the day before our adventure. We started out on trafficked roads with well-marked bike lanes. Once we got to McEuen Park, we took a left on the Centennial Trail and followed it to Beacon Point. The trail is marked by a post with a sign and easy to follow. Some sections of the trail is on pavement with traffic. There was a fair amount of cycling traffic, so stay to the right and watch for stop signs. The scenery is beautiful, with great views of Coeur D'Alene Lake. We were on a time crunch, and even with stopping to check out the views we went to Beacon Point and back in 3 hours.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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