Route of the Hiawatha — Here’s a link to a free map of the Hiawatha Trail, but it won’t do you much good as the route runs through the Idaho Panhandle National Forest, which charges a use fee. The rails-to-trails route is about 30 miles round trip between Montana and Avery-Idaho, although many opt for a mostly downhill run beginning in Montana and a shuttle bus at the bottom. The striking Bitterroot Mountain scenery includes runs through tunnels and over trestles.
Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes — Friends of the Coeur d’Alenes Trail has a map of the 72-mile bicycle trail that runs from Mullan, Montana through the Idaho panhandle to Plummer. The rails-to-trails route follows the Union Pacific Railroad from the mountains through the Silver Lake valley. More at “Cycle through a slice of Northwest culture on the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes” at Indian Country Today.