A National Natural Landmark. Many of the most famous photos of the Palouse were taken from the top of Kamiak Butte!
Between Pullman and Palouse, WA
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.
Perimeter Drive, Moscow, ID 83843 to Troy, ID 83871
In the beautiful little town of Harrison, on the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene (which National Geographic says is one of the six most beautiful lakes in the world) you can hop on the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes Bike Trail (see listing) with the help of Cycle Haus—a bike shop, espresso bar serving locally roasted coffee and gift shop. Whether you need to rent or purchase a bike or just need directions to the many riding opportunities in the area, Cycle Haus is there for you!
Open June, July, August every day, 8 am-8 pm. At other times, call 208.689.3436
101 N. Coeur d’Alene Ave., Harrison, ID 83833
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
201 Couer d’Alene Ave, Harrison, ID 83833