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Question: Centennial Trail

Item: Grade A trail: Study will focus on benefits, advantages of Centennial Trail to Cd’A/Bill Buley, Coeur d’Alene Press

More Info: Question: What can improve your health year round, benefit your community economically and aesthetically and attract vacationers to visit and even settle in North Idaho? Here’s what Hugo Lecomte says the answer is: The Centennial Trail. And the University of Idaho student aims to prove all the advantages of the 24-mile trail that stretches from Higgens Point and Lake Coeur d’Alene to the Idaho-Washington border in his master’s thesis in sports and recreation management.

Question: Which part of the Centennial Trail do you use most?


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