Idaho Panhandle

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  Tour Operator  Road Scholar


 7 days (Bike: 5 days)

  100 mi  (~20mi per day)


 Cycle paths/trails, Some hills


Spend five days biking the renowned Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes

Spend five days biking the renowned Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, learning about regional history, diverse wildlife and the fascinating story of the Idaho Panhandle as you go!

Former railroad trestles stretched across fir-filled valleys and train tunnels plunging into rocky mountainsides form the milieu for a cycling adventure in northern Idaho’s panhandle. On the Couer d’Alene, Hiawatha and Centennial Rails to Trails routes — all of them top-notch recreational bike trails — pedal through charming villages and areas of fascinating history, unique geology and diverse ecology with interpretation by local experts.


  • Learn about and take in the small-town ambiance of local mining towns Wallace and Kellogg.
  • Bike the Hiawatha trail, crown jewel of our nation’s Rails to Trails routes, through nine train tunnels and across seven trestles with views of the towering Bitterroot Mountains.
  • Observe moose, deer, eagles, osprey, turtles and plants while biking.

Bike 10–30 miles at a leisurely pace on streets with minimal traffic and elevation gains. Many rides offer varying distance options. Several bike paths above 3,000 feet.

Tour Information


Wallace, Idaho


Wallace, Idaho

Cost From

Guided   US$ 2249


June 2, 9 & 16, September 2, 8 & 15, 2024

Single Supplement



  • Comfort bike and helmet
  • 6 nights of accommodations
  • 15 meals (6 B, 5 L, 4 D)
  • 4 expert-led lectures
  • 11 expert-led field trips
  • An experienced Group Leader
  • Customary gratuities throughout the program
  • Road Scholar Assurance Plan
  • Taxes


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