Bring your bicycle and make a day of it on the picturesque Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, 72 miles of paved trails (the trail can also be walked or jogged - no motorized vehicles allowed). Parking is available in downtown Harrison, where the trail can be started, or you can drive to Blue Lake Rd., just past the bridge, on the way back to Coeur d'Alene. Once on Blue Lake Rd., drive east until you see an old bridge on your right; turn right to go over the bridge, then turn left to park and unload your bicycles. Biking in an easterly direction, you might just see our local moose.
Bike rental and shuttle is available from Pedal Pushers,
located across the street from Harrison Trading Co. www.bikenorthidaho.com.
Looking for a more intense bicycle experience? Mountain biking is available in Kellogg, ID, at Silver Mountain, approximately 1 hour east of Harrison, off of the ID-90. http://www.silvermt.com/site_Activities/AC-Default.aspx?page=AC-S-Biking
The Route of the Hiawatha is another intriquing adventure (part of this route is in the dark, in a tunnel). Be sure to have a light of some sort with you (on your bicycle helmet or on your bike).
If you are an Ironman, you might want to bike the incline from the Wolf Lodge exit off of ID-90 to Harrison.
Below is a slide show of various portions of the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes.