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Explore the best rated trails in Sandpoint, ID. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Liberty Lake Stateline Trail and US-95 Trail. With more than 10 trails covering 102 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

Recent Trail Reviews

Liberty Lake Stateline Trail

Car broken into ; dangerous parking lot

November, 2022 by jlpotee

Our car was broken into; The drivers window was shattered out and everything was stolen inside the vehicle including all our tools and our very expensive sound system. There are no lights, no cameras, and the entire area is very sketchy at night. I would not recommend parking your vehicle in that parking lot at all.

Spokane River Centennial State Park Trail

No trail exist from boulder beach east a few miles and shoulders of the road have glass and debris. Very dangerous during high vehicle traffic times. There is a safer alternative but it is all roads and no trail.

September, 2021 by eddie.wilsonsr

No trail exist from boulder beach east a few miles and shoulders of the road have glass and debris. Very dangerous during high vehicle traffic times. There is a safer alternative but it is all roads and no trail.

North Idaho Centennial Trail

first time biking

September, 2021 by followyoursteps21



Spokane River Centennial State Park Trail

Aug 2021 yeah

August, 2021 by debimiller91

Lots of detours! Nice view along the city river section but every direction there were detours. And then homeless coming out of the bushes.

US-95 Trail

Biking the 95 Trail

June, 2021 by mdp1954

Well, the good thing about this trail is that it's paved and smooth. Otherwise, the trail is rather bleak, no scenery to speak of, unless you like highways. The Coeur d' Alene part is pretty much a frustration of cross traffic, stoplights, and more traffic. If you start off in Coeur d' Alene heading north, watch for right turn traffic at all the stoplights. Once you're away from CdA and past Hayden you lose the cross traffic and the ride proceeds with few interruptions. In Athol, the trail begins/ends at the Super 1. In CdA the trail begins/ends in some parking lot off Haycraft Ave. If you want to skip all the traffic lights and traffic you can start your ride from the Prairie Shopping Center. You won't miss much. Or go one block east to Government Way and ride that from Appleway to Prairie Ave. And you may want to plan your ride on a cool day. There is no shade on this route. There is a detour at E. Garwood for about a mile or so. (At least at the time of this writing.) Taken on a cool day and skipping the traffic in CdA it can be a nice straight forward ride.

North Idaho Centennial Trail

If you're looking for scenery or a nature trail this is not it!

May, 2021 by first ride

This is a commuter trail that travels through city streets, rule areas with businesses, and homes very rarely do you get to see the River. It's good if you want to ride along the trail with nothing interesting or beautiful to look at.

North Idaho Centennial Trail

fun both ways

October, 2020 by lcr1956

We stayed in CDA right by the lake. One day we rode north about 15 miles and turned around. Very nice (except when you go by the gun range - yikes). The next day we rode south about 15 miles. It’s partly on a road but totally safe. Loved every mile both ways. Idaho knows how to do trails!

Spokane River Centennial State Park Trail

urban and rural ride

August, 2020 by 7d6hy8gyd6

Great trail that includes both rural and urban scenery. Beautiful river views along the way and a few inclines on the west trail.

North Idaho Centennial Trail

iIts nice! -not perfect, yet still has great elements.

August, 2020 by seanhalsted

-I wish it went beyond Higgins Point -I wish it remained a dedicated bike trail (off roads, or at least a protected bike lane) at the intersection of Seltice,- Hwy 41. -it would have been nice if some of the train trusses were still around. As well, had the trail remained on old rail bed, instead of adjacent to I-90 Still, the views of the lake are great, and it is nice to have a committed bicycle trail from Cd’A to Spokane

Prairie Trail (ID)

neat little spur (too short - lets go into the Prairie)

August, 2020 by seanhalsted

Nice little spur from the Centennial Trail which allows access to some neighborhoods. It officially “dead ends” at Huetter - yet all the newer housing developments allow for going further into the Rathdrum Prairie and off the arterials that don’t have protected lanes (yet) /as well as away from commuters who aren’t always patient.

North Idaho Centennial Trail


July, 2020 by zagnuts26

To be outside in fresh air! Ride through a few neighborhoods and get the flavor of the area. Yes along freeway separate from the cars and with some short steep inclines. Adventure and getting away from the staid routines. Give me it every time. Can I go again,pretty please. Ah freedom.

North Idaho Centennial Trail

What a wonderful trail!

July, 2020 by mike682

My wife Kathy and I ride it all the time. It is a real treasure to our area. It follows Higgins point all the way into downtown Spokane and we have ridden the whole trail. The scenery along it is very spectacular.

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