The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes is one of the most spectacular trails in the western United States. Named one of the top 25 trails in the United States. The 72-mile paved Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes spans the Idaho panhandle between the towns of Mullan and Plummer. The trail begins in Silver Valley, continues past Lake Coeur d’Alene, through the small, historic towns of Wallace, Kellogg and Harrison and rolls through farmlands to Plummer. The smooth asphalt trail is perfect for road bikers, and in-line skaters and has many access points.
While the trail is continuous, sections are managed by two different groups. The Coeur d'Alene Tribe manages the 14.5 mile section within their reservation boundary between Plummer and Harrison. The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation manages the rest of the trail from Harrison to Mullan.
Camping is not allowed on the trail, but there are several public and private camping areas nearby.
What to bring: Water, daypack, sunscreen, high-energy food, small first-aid kit, trail map, camera and sunglasses.