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Bill Chipman Palouse Trail

This is a wonderful paved but non-motorized transportation route between Moscow and Pullman. It is almost flat and is wide enough for all users to share and enjoy. Approximately 8 miles in length. In Moscow, it connects to the Latah Trail via the Paradise Path at the University of Idaho Campus.

www.traillink.com/trail-maps/bill-chipman-palouse-trail

info@latahtrailfoundation.org

John Wayne Pioneer Trail: Ewan to Tekoa

John Wayne Pioneer Trail: Ewan to Tekoa is a 47.7 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Saint John, Washington that features a lake. The trail is rated as moderate and is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. This trail is in the process of being renamed the Palouse to Cascade Trail.

Latah Trail

The 12-mile trail between Moscow and Troy was completed in October 2008. It is a fully paved, 10-foot wide trail intended for use by pedestrians, bicyclists, in-line skaters, wheel-chair operators, cross-country skiers and others with non-motorized transportation. In August 2009, Latah County acquired ownership of the old rail bed continuing 4 miles southeast of Troy. This next section of trail is currently an unimproved gravel/rock pathway that follows Bear Creek. When this is paved, it will provide an unbroken, 30 mile path from Pullman to Juliaetta.

http://www.traillink.com/trail-maps/latah-trail.aspx

Perimeter Drive, Moscow, ID 83843 to Troy, ID 83871

Moscow Area Mountain Bike Association (MAMBA)

MAMBA (Moscow Area Mountain Bike Association)
is a group of like-minded volunteers and landowners working to provide a network of trails on Moscow Mtn and offer a variety of recreational opportunities for bikers, hikers, runners, and horseback riders. Continual access depends on the responsible & respectful use of this private land. We invite you to join our group in supporting, building and maintaining MAMBA’s trails.

Find more information at MAMBA’s website

 

Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes – Plummer Trailhead

The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes is one of the most spectacular trails in the western United States.  It was named one of the 25 top trails in the nation in 2010 by the Rails to Trails Conservancy. The trail runs for 73 miles on smooth asphalt that is perfect for bicycles, in-line skaters, walkers and wheelchairs, winter Nordic skiing and snowshoeing, birding, and wildlife viewing.

The Trail of the Coeur d’ Alenes is a 73-mile paved trail spanning the Idaho panhandle between Mullan and Plummer. It was created through a unique partnership between the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, Union Pacific Railroad, the U. S. Government, and the State of Idaho. The trail meanders through the historic Silver Valley, along the Coeur d’Alene River past scenic Lake Coeur d’Alene and through rolling farmlands to Plummer. Twenty developed trailheads provide entry points, and there are twenty scenic waysides along the route with tables to stop for a picnic or a short rest…

See more info on the Idaho Parks & Recreation website

 

Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes Bike Trail – Harrison Trailhead

Embrace history and nature on this energizing 71-mile paved path that follows the Union Pacific Railroad from Mullan to Plummer. Along the path there are scenic views of mountains, historic Silver Valley, chain lakes region, Lake Coeur d’Alene, Chatcolet Bridge, Heyburn State Park, and the Palouse hills.

Contact
Berti at 208.689.3111
http://friendsofcdatrails.org/CdA_Trail/index.html
201 Coeur d’Alene Ave, Harrison, ID 83833

 

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