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At Hansen Injury Law, we love the outdoors. Even as fall starts and the weather gets colder, there are many ways to have fun outside. Cycling is one of our favorite activities, and Idaho offers many great riding opportunities. We like to encourage all of our friends and clients to take advantage of the beauty of our state. In this post, we identify some of the best Idaho bike trails. Read on to see if any of these options interest you! Also, leave a comment if you think we overlooked a great trail or path.

Best Idaho Bike Trails: Some Suggestions

Since cycling can be both a great family activity and rigorous exercise, we included different types of trails in our list. Fortunately, Idaho features trails that are useful for many different purposes. Take a look and let us know what you think!

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Boise River Greenbelt

The Greenbelt trail cuts through Boise and runs for 25 miles. The trail is paved and offers a peaceful and scenic ride along the river. The trail closes at sunset, so it is a great option for an afternoon ride with the family.

Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes
We highlighted this trail in a recent blog post. It is one of the most scenic trails across the United States. At about 70 miles, this paved trail is a great opportunity for a longer idaho bike trails - cda
Wood River Trails

This is a very well-maintained system of trails that connect the cities of Sun Valley, Ketchum, Hailey, and Bellevue. In all, the trail stretches for over 20 miles. Wood River Trails is flat and paved, and suitable for both families and more serious riders.

Weiser River National Recreation Trail

The Weiser River National Recreation Trail runs for 84 miles, along an old railway. This is Idaho’s longest bike trail, and is not entirely paved. You can tackle a long trip with some friends or ride a smaller portion with your family.

Idaho Bike Accident Resources

Hansen Injury Law specializes in helping bike accident victims. If you are injured during a ride due to someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation. If you have questions about bike accident law, please contact us. 

We also offer free copies of our book, The Idaho Accident Book, to anyone interested in learning more about their injury case. If you are interested, order your copy today!

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