Coeur d’Alene Trail

Gary took us back to this scenic trail late this summer. We had a good group and enjoyed ourselves. But we didn’t really see it. Now do it at a tourist’s pace. Yes, I know it is flat and even a tourist can manage 72 miles in a day. But these brothers did it as a tour.–Corrie

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I consider Clancy to be a faithful friend, correspondent, and all-around bike nut. (In the very best sense!)

He and his brother recently rode the Coeur d’Alene Trail – a 70-plus mile former rail line that’s been replaced with glass-smooth asphalt. It winds through forests, along lakes and rivers, almost from the Washington border to the Montana border.

Clancy’s nicely detailed write-up, with lots of compelling photos, can be seen HERE.

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