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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!
Great trail that includes both rural and urban scenery. Beautiful river views along the way and a few inclines on the west trail.
-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
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.
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.
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.
Paved, has areas that are flat, others with hills and curves, well maintained, off the road so vehicle traffic is not an issue, right along the Spokane River and you see and hear the river, benches, water fountains and restrooms along the trail in addition to mile markers. This is by the far the best trail and form of exercise I’ve had in years. Easy access to the trail along it’s 30+ miles, you can get off the trail and go to restaurants if you’d like. Highly recommend es.
Rode the whole route fully loaded on 38 mm tires and what a sweet cruise. The I was noisy but the river was sweet. loved the ride
Good dirt trail that I had no problem with 40 pound self contained load and 38 mm tires. Fun and beautiful trail. would love to do it again.
Good connecting trail between north and south sides Centennial Trail
Really nice trail that sees excellent winter maintenance. Starts at State Line, courses through Post Falls and brings you out along Lake Coeur d’Alene. Pretty level trail, well signed, and the asphalt is in great shape. Lots of users but the trail is wide enough to accommodate everybody.
We rode the entire length of the North Idaho Centennial Trail as part of a self-guided tour in the area. From its western terminus at the beautiful bridge over the Spokane and the artwork in a tunnel, we enjoyed every minute. It didn't bother us that we were along I-90 for several miles; it was just great to have a separate paved trail to get us from Spokane to Coeur d'Alene. And we got to share the interstate's rest areas! We didn't even have a road crossing until Post Falls. Signage was excellent. Even though it was a very hot Saturday in late July, we didn't mind sharing the trail with all the beachgoers.
East from CdA the trail is separated from traffic and has several rest stops. It does climb to its eastern terminus. Beautiful trail.
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