North Idaho Centennial Trail
This fabulous biking and walking trail, built by dedicated public funds in conjunction with Idaho’s centennial celebrations, meanders for 24 miles from the Idaho/Washington state line along the Spokane River to Higgins Point on beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene. Mostly paved, the trail features rest areas, scenic overlooks and historical interpretive signs. To the west it connects to the interstate Centennial Trail that extends to Spokane, Washington along the Spokane River.
The North Idaho Centennial Trail project was put into motion in 1987. The first five miles of trail were dedicated in October of 1990 with the final link between Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls being completed in 1996. It is overseen by the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation, with the vision to connect the people of North Idaho with an expanding system of trails.
North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation
North Idaho Centennial Trail map (PDF)