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BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN HOME SILVER MTN ID (sleeps 8)
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BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN HOME RETREAT, SILVER MOUNTAIN IDAHO - Sleeps 8

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Large comfortable home. Great for families with kids, couples, business travelers. This beautifully updated historic home offers the classic woodwork and style with modern appliances and spacious comfort. Large living space, private rooms, walk-in closets, flat screens, smart tv, WiFi , a/c in rooms Secure area with workbench for skis, snowboards, bikes. 1 block from the famous 72 mile Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes . Bike the world famous Hiawatha trail. Centrally located close to Silver Mtn. This elegant home offers large spacious areas and private areas for all guests. Updated appliances, large kitchen, granite countertops, formal dining, entertainment area, breakfast nook, mountain view, sitting area with flat screen tv’s, smart tv in each bedroom upstairs. Air conditioning in each room . Internet updated for business and fast streaming for videos and games, WiFi throughout home. Covered parking with private access to home. Four large bedrooms with walk-in closets and ceiling fans. 5 beds allowing a limit of 8 guests. 2 King size, 1 Full bed and 2 Twin beds. One full bathroom on each floor. We supply a workbench downstairs for your skis, and bikes . Keep your feet warm with our ski boot dryers. There is plenty of private storage for your bicycles and sleds. We provide soap for the washer, dryer. Ping pong and Air Hockey table. Washer, dryer, with soap provided. The area is known for its breathtaking scenery, powder skiing, top-tier mountain biking trails, offering beginner to expert road trails and an enormous indoor heated water park for adults and children. Nearby golfing, and fly fishing. Silver Mountain offers gondola rides and concerts on top of the mountain in an outdoor amphitheater. Enjoy the the famous Route of the Hiawatha Trail which offers 15 mile long bike trails, 10 train tunnels and 7 high trestles. One block from the famous Trail of the Coeur d'Alene. Eleven miles from Historic Wallace offering antiques and underground mining tours. 40 miles to Lake Coeur d'Alene Resort offering float plane rides, kayaking, boating, parasailing, fishing and a world class golf course with a floating green. We love animals too, but we please ask that you leave your pet at home in their own comfort. We look forward to hosting you for your next vacation! No pets allowed. LOCAL TIPS: Camping (private and USFS sites) Fishing along the Coeur d'Alene river or a multitude of lakes and streams Biking the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes or Route of the Hiawatha Hiking, hundreds of miles of scenic hikes for all ages Silver Rapids while staying at Silver Mountain Skiing, snowboarding and tubing at Silver Mt and Lookout Pass Groomed and mapped snowmobile trails ATV friendly area and towns Huckleberry picking in the fall Scenic Gondola Rides Wildlife viewing Floating the lazy river Tubin in Tutu's SilverHoops 3on3 4th of July celebration and Fireworks Christmas Celebration and Fireworks Shoshone Park and Hale Fish Hatchery (Mullan) Captain John Mullan Museum (Mullan) Sierra Silver Mine Tour (Wallace) Wallace Dist Mining Museum (Wallace) Northern Pacific Railroad Museum (Wallace) Mining Exhibit by the Wallace visitors Center (Wallace) Pulaski Tunnel Trail (Wallace) Sunshine Mine Memorial (Kellogg) Crystal Gold Mine tour (Kellogg) Shoshone County Mining & Smelting Museum (Kellogg) Coeur d'Alenes Old Mission State Park Cataldo Ancient Cedars Grove (Murray) Spragpole Museum (Murray) DINING IN THE SILVER VALLEY The Bean 448 Railroad Ave Kellogg, ID 83837 Primary Phone: (208) 783-2326 City Limits Brew Pub/ North Idaho Mountain Brew 108 Nine Mile Road Wallace, ID 83873 Primary Phone: (208) 556-1885 Hill Street Depot 446 Railroad Ave Kellogg, ID 83837 Primary Phone: (208) 512-4517 Humdinger Drive In 205 N Hill Street Kellogg, ID 83837 Primary Phone: (208) 786-7395 Judi's Joint 907 N Division St Pinehurst , ID 83850 Primary Phone: (208) 784-3550 McDonalds 820 W Cameron Kellogg, Id 83837 Primary Phone: (208) 784-4431 Noah's Canteen 610 Bunker Ave Kellogg, ID Primary Phone: 208-783-2440 Pine Creek Tavern 3978 Pine Creek Rd Pinehurst, ID 83850 Primary Phone: (208) 682-9490 Pizza Palace 201 S Main Kellogg, ID Primary Phone: 208-783-1323 Radio Brewing Company 319 Main Street Kellogg, ID 83837 Primary Phone: (208) 786-6633 Subway 745 W Cameron Ave Kellogg, ID Primary Phone: 208-784-2027 The Snake Pit 1480 Coeur d'Alene River Road Enaville, ID 83839 Primary Phone: (208) 682-3453 Trailside Café 100 Front st Wallace, ID Primary Phone: 208-752-1252 Easy bike rides: Coeur d'Alene River Rd. The Coeur d”Alene River Rd ride will take you along and across (several times) the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River. The road is paved for 20 miles. There is little traffic weekdays. Summer weekends are very busy. Easy bike rides: East Fork Pine Creek Ride The East Fork Pine Creek Ride ride will take you through Pinehurst and then past several abandoned mines. The East Fork road is rough pavement. You will pass several old mine sites. Map and directions by Ed Renkey Kellogg Silverton Loop ("easy-road") The Kellogg Silverton Loop is potentially four different road bike loops that begin and end at the Kellogg Trailhead on the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes. If you ride all the way to Silverton, you will have climbed ~400 feet in little over 9 miles. On your return from Silverton, you will pass by a grocery store in Osburn. Elizabeth Park Loop: 3 ¼ miles Big Creek Loop: 7 ¾ miles Gene Day Park Loop: 11 miles Silverton Loop: 18 ½ miles Map and directions by Ed Renkey Pine Creek Loops ("easy-hybrid") The Pine Creek Loops compliment the Kellogg Silverton Loop (# 11) in that all routes begin and end at the Kellogg Trailhead, just off I-90 at Exit 51. In the three loops described here, you begin by riding west on theTrail of the Coeur d'Alenes, rather than east. CIA Loop: 4¾ miles Pine Creek Loop: 10½ miles Pine Creek Loop with a climb (~ 250 feet) to Page: 12½ miles All three loops contain a 2 mile section between the CIA and I-90 that has some pavement, but is mostly packed gravel. All but the last couple of hundred feet can be ridden with tires as skinny as 700C-32. Original map, directions and photos by Ed Renkey Pearson to Marble Creek ("easy-mountain") The 23.6 mile Pearson to Marble Creek is ANOTHER ride for those who have already done the Route of the Hiawatha and are looking for something similar, but FREE. This all-downhill ride starts at the Route of the Hiawatha Pearson Trailhead. The trailhead can be reached via the Moon Pass Road (NFD 456) from either Wallace or Avery. This can also be a continuation of a ride down the Route of the Hiawatha. The ride follows the Old Milwaukee Scenic/Alternate Route 10.8 miles, past a newly renovated campground on the North Fork of the Saint Joe River, to Avery (on ATV-wide trail), and then continues another 12.8 miles along the wide Saint Joe River to the Interpretive Center at Marble Creek. Map, directions and photos by Ed Renkey Marble Creek to Saint Maries ("easy-mountain") The 33.8 mile route from Marble Creek to Saint Maries completes the 300K Bitterroot Loop mentioned on the main Old Milwaukee Road page. This ride starts at the Marble Creek Historical Site that is 35 miles east of St. Maries on the St. Joe River Road. The Historical Site features accessible display shelters, 8 picnic sites, vault toilets, and potable water. Attractions include displays of early 1900s logging, photos, artifacts, and a replica logging flume. This bicycle route and country road, which follows the Old Milwaukee railroad right-of-way, is not paved. The use of mountain bicycles or hybrids is therfore recommended. At one point, a decision about how to get past a barricaded bridge must be made; two choices are presented. Keypad, private access to home Local events: https://www.silvervalleychamber.com/events-calendar.html Quite friendly neighborhood. Centrally located Covered parking Large home with private areas for your families needs

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