North Idaho Centennial Trail is a 23 mile point-to-point trail located near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for mountain biking.
Great trail for leisure biking as well as a nice walk! There is plenty of room for everyone and is easily accessible! It also has the factor that it runs right along the Coeur d'Alene Lake and the Spokane River. It is great for those who like a long trail with a fairly even ground to ride, run or walk on.
This trail is amazing. Training for Ironman I struggled to find long bike rides and places to run. Having a trailhead a mile from my house made it easy to access. Some of the path towards Spokane is pretty bumpy but it comes with the territory. Runs along beautiful lake Coeur d'Alene and along the Spokane river. Great place for any length of distance ride with your family or safely by yourself!
This trail is awesome for an easy bike ride with amazing paths to ride on always a smooth and exciting ride.
I wish we could of done more.
This trail is awesome. Great views, wide and smooth paths to ride on.
I am certain that a mountain biking enthusiast added the information on the trail, but a die hard mountain cyclist would find this trail too easy, as the trail is set up as a multi use trail. On any given day you can find road cyclists, leisure cyclists, walkers, skateboarders, etc utilizing the trail.