Gateway trails represent those iconic trails that make possible the Great American Rail-Trail in each of the states it connects. Mullan used to be the end of the road, so to speak. Could have been a horse. The trail crosses to the east side of the lake in the park over Chatcolet Bridge, which once swung open to let steamboats through on their way up the St. Joe River. This was a beautiful, flat ride. Look. The trail goes along the lake by Harrison where the town is mostly up on the hills above the trail, so you might have to walk up the hill if the little marina store isn’t open. ...when I decided to do a "century" using my mountain bike on one of the hottest days of the year! The next day we rode to Kellogg. This group of trail supporters also publishes a fine trail map, so check out their website. Did not try them, so no reviews, but it has a handy location. Step Back in Time in Wallace Further east in Wallace you will discover a veritable collector's paradise with shop after shop packed with fascinating antiques and one-of-a-kind finds. Spotted a TCDA trailhead sign on the highway, skidded to a halt, backed up and headed down a gravel road over a causeway. It’s a nice facility. Lake Coeur d’Alene laps at the trail’s edge for a few miles to the inviting burg of Harrison, and then come the half-dozen Chain Lakes. You get a boring parking lot and trail head sign. Linked these two trails together. The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes is a rail trail in the northwest United States, in northern Idaho.It follows the former Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way from Mullan, a mountain mining town near the Montana border, westward to Plummer, a town on the prairie near the Washington border. The trail was pretty busy on Saturday near Cataldo, but wasn't a problem. Here you will find mixed conifer forests, wetlands, agricultural fields, urban streetscapes, cottonwood groves, and deep water. The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes will be a great weekend ride. The streams are so clear you can see the many trout. It was 18 miles on the first leg and then 15.5 on the ride to Chatcolat and back. Nope. Like many others here, I wasn't especially fond of the highway presence from Pinehurst to Osburn. Trail map of the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes from 401 Anne Antelope Road/Coeur d’Alene Tribe Veterans Memorial Park (Plummer) to River St. at 2nd Street (Mullan). The trail is well-maintained and smooth. Don't miss the Staff House Mining Museum at the Silver Mountain Trailhead for a historical ground truthing on the area you are riding through. Lots of “facilities” along the way. Yes I have skated this 73 mile path. Gravity offers assistance while biking West, and prevailing Westernly winds offer Eastward bound travelers an easier return. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Even the waysides have more facilities.) We were told the description of her so we could keep our "eyes" out looking too. Add your name to the guest book of trail riders from around the world at the Bitterroot Coffee house. The railbed was also contaminated with spillage from passing trains. No hills except the bridge which is one reason I choose rails-to-trails. From world-class mountain biking trails at Silver Mountain Resort and Canfield Mountain Trail system to endless road biking routes like the North Idaho Centennial Trail and the 72 mile paved Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes to our famous Route of the Hiawatha , Coeur d’Alene is a bicyclist’s paradise. Thanks all! Because of the contamination that is under the trail, trail users are encouraged to stay on the trail and to not drink the water. North Fork Coeur d'Alene River is situated nearby to Enaville, close to Bear Creek. Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes. A mile out of Wallace, you can hike on the Pulaski Trail along Placer Creek. Started at Chatcolet and did a r/t of about 25 miles. Water is normally not available, so carry it. We had a non-riding member who ferried us to the Plummer trailhead in the morning. Reservations Reservations for Groups of 15 or more. Trail bed = 5* - smooth blacktop. I never thought once about the distance that I was riding. I finally got to ride the trail in August and it was spectacular! If your interested feel free to email me at uclabeatusc@yahoo.com. You can do better. We drove to Kellogg, checked into our hotel and explored Kellogg. The Historic Chatcolet bridge is splendid. The gondola runs in the summer so one can ride to the top for the view or take a mountain bike up and ride down. They have a large selection of nice bikes at very reasonable rental fees. Highly recommend if you like variety. We took 3 days. Great trail. Since the trail passed through towns, trailheads and road crossings, access is easy in most places. This trail was made possible through the cooperation of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, the Union Pacific Railroad, the U.S. Government, and the Idaho State Government. Ms. Moose continues to feed. Day 1: We rode from Plummer (mile 0) to Kellogg (mile 53.1). April and Mike used to work on Alaska fishing boats, so making world class lattees and scones is child's play for them. You can access the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes from many places along its route. The Friends promote the 300k Bitterroot Loop, which includes the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the multi use Milwaukee Scenic Route back towards St. Maries, near Heyburn State Park. [1][2] Generally following the Coeur d'Alene River, the rail line was abandoned in 1991[3] and the trail officially opened in March 2004.[4]. The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes traces the course of an abandoned Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way, reaching from the Silver Valley near the Montana-Idaho border to Plummer, Idaho, near the border with Washington. The 6 mile climb to Plumber and subsequent fast descent provide variety from the otherwise flat ride. We left Heyburn State Park, drove over the hills from St. Maries on Rt 3, then along the Chain Lakes section of the Coeur d’Alene River. Road riding without vehicle traffic is so much more enjoyable. We also took the town trolley tour and silver mine tour. Others have mentioned the presence of I-90 nearby, but it didn't bother me. Very small community, not nearly as nice as the bed and breakfast. This trail is awesome; there are muskrat, osprey, ducks, geese and much more. So much so that we bought property half mile from the Enaville SnakePit to be able to park our 5th wheel and use the trail all summer long. Be sure to bring food and water. Go east or go west? Soon there are vast meadows on the left and the river on the right with swamps beyond and forested hills beyond that. What's not to love about the Trail of the Couer d' Alenes? Wallace is super charming and has good food to boot. Things are getting civilized. I rode 215 miles back and forth on the trail in 2 days on my most recent visit and enjoyed every mile of it. For more details visit Idaho Parks & Recreation. and had a beautiful 16 mile round trip ride to Harrison. It was kind of funny watching them go into each business in town looking for her. Then rode from to Harrison to mile 39 the next day. Yippee! Get Maps Get the app. This page shows the elevation/altitude information of Worley, ID, USA, including elevation map, topographic map, narometric pressure, longitude and latitude. If you are from a warm southern CA environment they do make snow tires with ice studs for bikes we have them in Montana which is how we ride 12months a year. Keep your eye out for osprey and eagles as you ride through the Thompson Lake Wildlife Management Area along the Coeur d'Alene River. (www.rvnorthidaho.com) Not bad. In Kootenai County, I-90 leaves the river to head over Fourth of July Summitto the lake's north s… Wes met us at various trailheads and handled gear, supplied water. The 40 unit parking lot and restroom located at the Plummer Trailhead should be completed spring 2004. Down I-90 to Mullan where we picked up the Coeur d' Alene trail. You’ll get to check these two Rail-to-Trail Conservancy’s Hall of Fame trails off of your bucket list! This tool allows you to look up elevation data by searching address or clicking on a live google map. Probably will do it again in the spring.... We rode from Mullan to Plummer in what can be described as spectacular. That said will still do it again, smooth and downhill! Also, there is no food or drinking water on or near the trail between Harrison and the Cataldo Trailhead which are 27 miles apart. The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes passes through a diverse landscape with numerous habitats making it one of the best birding locales in North Idaho. The day was hot. It's a wonderful trail that has to be on everyone's bucket list. Superb scenery. Almost all of this part is within 100 yards of Interstate 90 with all of its noise and fumes. It was nice to do the uphill portion first knowing that our reward would be the downhill ride. The Cataldo Mission State Park is nearby, and worth a visit, although you'll have a few miles of on-road riding off the trail to reach it.From Cataldo the trail follows the Coeur d'Alene River through the Silver Valley. In addition, the six miles between Wallace and Mullan is also available to snowmobilers as long as there is at least 3 inches of snow covering the paving." When appropriate, ski tracks are laid between Enaville and Wallace. It’s about 500’ west down the trail, beyond the bike shop. Three of us riding (myself, age 53, wife age 52, and daughter age 21). The asphalt is nice and smooth all along, and the scenery is beautiful. It may have been a cat house and rowdy groggery Back When, but there sure were a lot of bikies pedaling over. Perhaps it was the Cold Beer on the sign. We originally wanted to do the Hiawatha trail but didn't get reservations in time. The heat plus the unexpected grade (the climb is not steady, it starts west of Kellogg) made the round-trip a bit slower and more difficult than I expected. You cannot trust the tent symbols on those maps unless you have a second source. Trail of the Coeur d'alenes Cataldo Trailhead 31732 S Mission Rd Cataldo ID 83810. (No water; no 5*.) Kellogg has a ski resort and access to the world's longest gondola is literally at the front door of either of these lodging facilities listed. It was created through a unique partnership between the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Union Pacific Railroad, the U. S. Government, and the State of Idaho. About Us The Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes is a 72-mile paved trail spanning the Idaho panhandle between Mullan and Plummer. Wanted to go further but the temperature was around 93 degrees and it took its toll on me. In 2004 we hope to ride the Mullan to Cataldo section. Super easy ride! Do make sure you pack lots of water with you. However, it is a fantastic trail, so smooooth that the miles just whiz by! The one adventure was on the way back: ToolBear meets Ms. Moose. Stopped at Harrison for lunch on the ride back (One Shot Charlies) and returned to Enaville in the afternoon. Got a lake-front site for $6 (Golden Geezer). There are eight DeLorme topo maps with trail and facilities overlays that cover the whole trail. I have always loved adventure and never one to back down to challenges. They had good food and service.We will ride the trail again if we are ever in the area again. We stayed in Harrison at the Osprey Inn, right on the trail. This page shows the elevation/altitude information of 82 Patches Ln, St Maries, ID, USA, including elevation map, topographic map, narometric pressure, longitude and latitude. [6] The thick asphalt and the gravel barriers on the sides of the trail serve as a permanent cap to isolate contaminants from the surrounding environment. Too good to be true. A few scattered confers dot the hills. View other Bike Rides that jmille2788 has done or find similar maps in Mullan Directions / Notes. The area has a rich mining, railroading and Native American history, too, and there are plenty of places to stop to enjoy the scenery and visit local attractions. This is one of my favorite Rails-to-Trails. One ride east, the other west, then both rides end downhill! Bike-friendly businesses along the way will happily refill your water bottles. TRIP STATS – MEDIMONT TO SPRINGSTON… 7.60 miles up, 15.2 round trip. Checked out camping at Rose Lake. Just like a car you put them on in October and remove them in the spring Hope this helps and see you on the trails Montana Rider, I see there is a question about using the trail in winter, so I checked with the local trikers there and you can ski and such... "During the winter, the Trail is open for bikes, walkers and cross-country skiers depending on snow coverage. N47.35624 W116.84292 “Stopping Place” Wayside - vault toilet, bike rack, bench, picnic table, and interpretative sign. Harrison is the only civilization and it provides a nice break at 33 and 66 mile points. For uninterrupted long distance smooth road biking, it can't be beat. See other rides. Ergo: moose. Clean restrooms along the trail at easy intervals. There is a veteran’s memorial under construction, kiddy play lot, picnic tables, covered picnic shelter and a nice restroom with water. Check out this video of the Chatcolet Bridge https://vimeo.com/26006382. Thanks!! It was named one of the 25 top trails in the nation in 2010 by the Rails to Trails Conservancy. Otherwise, this is a delightful trail!-DPE", "Nice trail; we recommend that you ride from Pinehurst (KOA available) to Harrison, or bridge and return (about 60 to 80 miles round-trip).". I rode the trail to Harrison, had lunch with her, and then did a round trip to Chatcolat Trailhead and back to Harrison. 2,129 ft (649 m) Length: 37 mi (60 km) Basin size: i met them at several points along the way for repairs, lunch, snacks and hydration. Trail Of The Coeur d' Alenes, ID. The bonus was also riding the Idaho Centennial Trail around Coeur d"Alene on day 2 and then riding the same trail to Spokane on day3. This is one of our favorites of all time. Destination: River Bend Wayside & Restroom. You can roller blade this stuff. Day 2: We rode from Kellogg (mile 53.1) to Mullan (71.4) and returned to Kellogg (mile 53.1). It was 6 miles away from the trail, slightly uphill. Wish I lived closer so could do this ride often. Watch out for those spider webs when heading up the bridge approaches though! I imagine when the bridge is finally finished that the first rider over the bridge each day will clear the way. You can ride 70 miles up and stay in Wallace and then come back. The scenery is gorgeous. more details to come. ToolBear, TOOLBEAR ON THE TRAIL OF THE COEUR D’ALENES DAY 1 – UP TO PLUMMER AND DOWN PLUS UP THE LAKE AND BACK September 21, 2009 TRAIL OVERVIEW… The 73 mile Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes from Wallace to Plummer, ID, is one of the West’s best “destination” trails, and certainly a five star project. Silver, lead, and zinc were discovered in the valley around 1884, and a rail line was built to access the mines around 1888. TRAIL FACILITIES FROM BOTTOM TO TOP – PLUMMER CANYON SECTION The standard wayside in this section has a vault toilet, picnic table, bench and bike rack and gets a 4* facility rating. It takes looking to find the actual trail head – which is not at the Kellogg Depot – a charming HQ for the Chamber of Commerce. The North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River Cycle on to Kellogg and Wallace in the heart of the Silver Valley for more adventures. I would definitely ride this trail again!!! Visiting historic towns on the trail such as Harrison and Wallace offers intriguing glimpses into Idaho's past. The climate is very gentle. We rode from Plummer to Harrison the first day, 16 miles. It was created through a unique partnership between the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Union Pacific Railroad, the U. S. Government, and the State of Idaho. Enjoyed the views the first two thirds, not so much near Smelterville. If someone knows the official answer, could you post it on the comment section of the Trail of the Couer d' Alenes page on trailsnet.com? There are ranches here with homes on the high ground. Some have two tables and benches. Heading west, this would be the Springston TH on Anderson Lake, east of Harrison. Get a FREE Rail Trails Guidebook when you become a Member with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. At Heyburn State Park you can stop for a refreshing swim before carrying on to the western end point in Plummer. The ride to Plummer is great. Have fun on the trail. Check or FAQs for more common login questions. This is a difficult out and back trail to Hidden Lake in Idaho. [1] Much of the rock in the railbed was either waste rock from mines, or tailings containing heavy metals. Some young woman stole something from a gas station so the "law" was looking for her. Still, the good condition of the pavement plus adequate restroom facilities, water and picnic tables along the way make this a pleasant trail. Bring lots. We accomplished it this past Labor Day weekend. The mountains are more forested here as you head toward Kellogg, the largest town along the trail. It was a weekday, there was no place to get breakfast and we didn’t want to hang around and wait for lunch. A trail map is available on the Friends of Trail of the Couer d'Alene website and a free trail map which includes mileage between trailheads and an overall trail elevation picture can be requested from the same website. This is why you ride a bicycle. Saw moose, birds, and little critters, ate our picnic on the trail, and enjoyed ice cream in Harrison on the way back. Some travelers continue on to Lookout Pass and the Route of the Hiawatha through backcountry trails from Mullan. Road 2 days – first to Rose/Bull Lake and then day 2 to Wallace. Definitely doing this trail again. The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes is beautiful! Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes This bike path follows the Union Pacific Railroad's right-of-way from Mullan, a mountain mining town near the Montana border, to Plummer, a … click for Fullsize. Location of the mouth of the Coeur d'Alene River in Idaho . Very friendly people. I recommend the Century from Pinehurst to Plumber and back: only 2 road crossings and very light usage. at its eastern terminus. At the Mullan trailhead is this large sign marking the eastern terminus of the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes. Max speed 16.9, cruising speed 12-13. Out at Plummer. Get the map. Join TrailLink (a non-profit) to view more than 30,000 miles of trail maps and more! Day 1: We rode from Harrison (mile 15.3) to the Plummer trail head (mile 0), then returned through Harrison and onto the washed out trail section (approximately the Springston Trailhead mile 18.4) and back to Harrison. Well worth it. I downloaded a set and used these for the rides. -Dean Chapman, Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Trail Manager", "I have to agree with the previous reviewer about the lack of trailhead signs. None of the trail heads have water because of the fear of lead pollution from the old mine at Kellogg and the fact that the railroad used mine waste to build the track on. This Trail is great for the following reasons: 1-good for groups of all ages and skill level. Day 2: We road from Kellogg (mile 53.1) to Mullen (mile 71.4) then back to Kellogg (mile 53.1). Stopped at Wallace on way down, coasted 10 miles! TRAIL RATING – Chain Lakes Scenery = 5* - Glorious vistas. This is a charming trailhead with lots of shade trees on the edge of Cave Lake. NOT allowed because the scenery is too beautiful!! I hope everyone enjoys the trail as much a I do. Amazing ride, but I advise making this trip in the spring. Trail users can continue along a bike path in Washington that leads to Spokane. When we were riding in traffic the drivers were some of the most courteous I have ever experienced. Great ride for mountain, street, or hybrid bikes. from their little convenience store. The 72 mile paved trail extends from Plummer, Idaho to Mullan, Idaho. We spent hours chatting with fellow riders and people along the trail. First rode the trail of the C D'Alenes almost ten years ago. On the sign are a map of the entire 72 miles of trail and a couple of paragraphs relating a bit of the story of the trail. We changed our approach after learning that a 230 foot section of the trail had washout in 2008 which we would not be able to bypass. Looks like a good place to ride up the river to Enaville TH (13.6) or down to Harrison (17.1). The Coeur d'Alenes Old Mission Park is an easy three mile side trip and well worth the detour. We came back on Day Four after exploring the upper valley and tourist things by van. First rode this trail in spring of 2006 and fell in love with it. 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