Mountain bike trails, Moscow - ID

The Moscow Area Mountain Bike Association (MAMBA) started when local mountain bike enthusiasts and private landowners cooperated to create a network of maintained trails on Moscow Mountain. See for information, trail maps and volunteer opportunities.

Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes - ID

Plummer to Mullan. 71 miles. Embrace history and nature on this energizing paved path that follows the former Union Pacific Railroad line from Mullan to Plummer. The path skirts mountains, wildlife, historic Silver Valley, chain lakes region, Lake Coeur d’Alene, Chatcolet Bridge, Heyburn State Park, and Palouse hills and goes through tunnels. Stop to read signs. Several bike rental shops enroute. 201 Couer d’Alene Ave, Harrison, ID 83833; Berti at 208.689.3111;

Bill Chipman Palouse Trial- ID-WA

Moscow to Pullman. 8 miles. This wonderful paved trail almost flat, is wide enough for users to share. In Moscow, it connects to the Latah Trail via the Paradise Path through the University of Idaho campus.

Latah Trail - ID

Moscow to Troy. 12 miles. Completed in 2008, the 10-foot-wide trail is paved for pedestrians, bicyclists, in-line skaters, wheel-chair operators, cross-country skiers, any non-motorized travel. In 2009, Latah County acquired ownership of the old rail bed continuing 4 miles southeast of Troy, an unimproved gravel/rock pathway that follows Bear Creek. When paved, it will provide an unbroken, 30 mile path from Pullman to Juliaetta.

Ed Corkill Memorial Trail, ID

Kendrick to Juliaetta. 5.3 miles. Follow the Potlatch River between Kendrick and Juliaetta. K-J generally experiences shorter winters than the Palouse so is a good choice for a late spring or fall excursion.

Greenbelt Trail, WA

Clarkston to Asotin. 7 miles along the Snake River. A good off-season place to ride or walk with its warm microclimate in the Lewiston- Clarkston Valley. Trail End Points: Granite Lake Park, 850 Port Way, Clarkston to Chief Looking Glass Park, Hwy 129 and Clemans Rd., Asotin. It links to Idaho’s Lewiston Levee Parkway.

Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail, ID

The 11 mile Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail, part of the Clearwater and Snake River National Recreation Trail, starts at the entrance to the day-use area in Hells Gate State Park in Lewiston and descends the Snake River on the Idaho side, then turns and runs up the Clearwater River on the levee to Locomotive Park. Trail End Points: Hell’s Gate State Park (5100 Hells Gate Rd., Lewiston) to Lower Goose Pasture, Highway 12 and Vista Rd. on the north shore of the Clearwater River.