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The 82-mile White Pine Scenic Byway, which begins in Cataldo, passes through the lush forests of Idaho's timber country and the numerous lakes and marshlands of the lower Coeur d'Alene River to the town of St. Maries, the Hughes House Museum, and other attractions.
The Lake Coeur d’Alene Scenic Byway travels an area where the lakes, mountains, and beautiful summer weather have made it one of the most famous summer playgrounds and resort destinations in the Pacific Northwest.
From lazy days soaking up the sun at the lake, shopping, and local dining to shredding it on the slopes or hiking the high country, you'll find it in North Idaho.
See why North Idaho is the Northwest’s playground with a look at photos and videos of the region.
Trail of the CDA
The lush valley of the St. Joe River is the spectacular setting for the town of St. Maries.
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Whether you prefer an adventurous vacation or a relaxing getaway, start planning your trip to North Idaho with these top things to do.