Bicycling

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The Idaho Panhandle National Forest has many trails suited for just about any type of biking, for any skill and endurance level.

Not to be missed is the Route of the Hiawatha Trail - 13 miles of gentle converted railroad grade that features incredible views, tunnels up to 1.8 miles long, and high trestles spanning streams.

Also, in the Coeur d'Alene River area is the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes. Maintained by the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, this converted railroad grade offers riders of all abilities the opportunity to bike the 73 miles between Plummer and Mullan, Idaho.

When biking our trails, please note that weather changes, unexpected slides, and down trees can cause a change to the skill and endurance level of a trail without notice.

To make for a pleasant day of riding be sure to bring along plenty of liquids, carbohydrate snacks, sufficient clothing, helmet, gloves, and a took kit for quick repairs.

Enjoy our trails and please observe our Pack it in - Pack it out policy.

 

 

Areas & Activities


https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/ipnf/recreation/bicycling