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The Panhandle

There are many trails in northern Idaho that showcase spectacular scenery.

The Route of the Hiawatha is the most celebrated trail in the state and features tunnels, trestles and historical markers. 
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The Milwaukee Road Trail connects the communities of Person to Calder and passes through the scenic St. Joe River Valley. 
This 36-mile trail has grass, stones, dirt and gravel so choose your bike equipment carefully. 

The North Idaho Centennial Trail hugs the shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene and the Spokane River for 26 miles and passes through the city of Coeur d’Alene. 

The Trail of the Coeur d’Alene's is 72 beautiful miles of paved trail with scenic Chatcolet Trestle crossing over the southern end of the lake. 

The International Selkirk Loop is a series of highways circling through Idaho, Washington and Canada. 
A beautiful route, it is considered intermediate to challenging due to terrain and highway road conditions.