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Owyhee Uplands Backcountry Byway

The Byway is 103 miles long and consists of gravel and paved roads that are suitable for passenger vehicles. This region provides access to one of the best remaining examples of the sagebrush-steppe ecosystem and habitat for more than 180 species of birds and mammals such as coyotes, bighorn sheep and badgers. The area’s scenic …

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Trail of the Coeur d’ Alenes

This perfectly paved piece of peaceful paradise is a powerful path to plenty. Let’s list its assets: It’s long, smooth, scenic, uncrowded, plenty wide, accessible by numerous forms of human-powered transportation, set amidst forests, rivers, and a huge lake, and is planned to connect with numerous other incredible trails including the amazingRoute of the Hiawatha. …

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Route of the Hiawatha Bike Trail

Route of the Hiawatha Bike Trail

This is the one that started it all. (Not the moose, the trail) This was my first rail-trail. My daughter was a mere one-year-old and I pulled her behind my bike on a trailer. If I remember right, they didn’t have a shuttle then, or if they did, we didn’t use it. Hiawatha Bike Trail …

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