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International Selkirk Loop

Explore the International Selkirk Loop, designated one of only 32 All-American Road National Scenic Byways in the U.S., and discover the wonderful surprises that await you around every corner!

Bicycle Touring the Selkirk Loop

For the touring bicyclist that wants a fantastic multi-day road ride, the International Selkirk Loop, offers one of the premier rides in the West, as it takes riders through the beautiful Selkirk Mountains, across the border into Canada and back south through eastern Washington.

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Come bike the WaCanId bike ride in 2022!

The WaCanId is an annual Rotarian supported bicycle tour taking cyclists on paved roads encircling the Selkirk Mountains of Washington, Canada, and Idaho – hence the name WaCanId.

Come bike the WaCanId bike ride in 2022!

The 2021 WaCanId is cancelled.

Vacation Guides/Maps

Many North Idaho communities produce annual visitor and travel guides, with detailed information on attractions, lodging, dining, travel and visitor amenities.

Wild Horse Trail Scenic Byway

The Wild Horse Trail Scenic Byway, part of the International Selkirk Loop, starts on the northwestern shores of Lake Pend Oreille in Sandpoint.

Panhandle Historic Rivers Passage

The Panhandle Historic Rivers Passage begins at the Washington state line and follows the northern shore of the Pend Oreille River through Oldtown, Priest River, and ends in Sandpoint.

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About NITA

The North Idaho Tourism Alliance, most often known as NITA, is devoted to getting the word out about the incredible visitor experiences possible in the five counties of northern Idaho.

Priest River, Idaho

Priest River is one of Idaho's best-kept secrets.

Sandpoint, Idaho

Sandpoint's motto is "Get social with nature".