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The woods, waters, and trails are calling—ready to go exploring? The Coeur d’Alene Resort is your homebase for all things outdoors. Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer or a new enthusiast, Idaho offers world class recreation and endless stretches of wilderness to discover. Choose from challenging whitewater rapids trips to self-guided bike tours along the historic Hiawatha Trail.

The ROW Adventure Center

You’re in good hands with The ROW Adventure Center, The Coeur d'Alene Resort's exclusive outfitting company and adventure partner, located just three blocks away in downtown Coeur d’Alene. The company offers state-of-the-art equipment rentals, guided tours, and more throughout the region. ROW Adventures is truly a one-stop shop for human-powered outdoor fun!

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Whitewater Rafting

The ROW Adventure Center has more whitewater rafting experience than any other outfitter in the region. The outfitter’s interpretive guides are well versed in local wildlife and history, and will guide you down a fun, safe, and thrilling river ride!

Spokane River

This special day features 4–hours of whitewater adventure on the lower Spokane River Gorge or a Float Trip. This is truly the region's best-kept secret. Learn more.

  • Season: May - June for Whitewater | June - September for Float Trips
  • Trips depart twice daily

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St. Joe River

This full-day intermediate whitewater trip is just under a 2 hour drive north of Coeur d’Alene. The river flows through a thick cedar forest and wildlife sightings are common. Learn more.

  • Season: May–Early June
  • Minimum age is 14
  • Lunch, wetsuits, and all rafting gear included

Moyie River

This is an action-packed day of paddle-smashing fun. There are plenty of Class III Rapids along the river that flows from the Idaho to Montana border. Learn more.

  • Season: June–Early July
  • Minimum age is 14
  • Lunch, wetsuits, and all rafting gear included

Clark Fork River

This is the perfect trip for families and first-time rafters. The river offers warm water and plenty of fun Class II and Class III Rapids. It's just a two hour drive east of Coeur d’Alene into Montana. Learn more.

  • Season: July–August
  • Minimum age is five
  • Includes a gourmet riverside lunch
  • Fly Fishing

    The Coeur d'Alene River and the St. Joe River are the perfect, remote choice for half- or full-day fishing trips. Expert guides can cater to the needs of beginners and experts alike, offering an unrivaled commitment to your angling experience. Abundant cutthroat and rainbow trout are sure to keep your rod bent throughout the day. Don’t forget to purchase your Idaho Fishing License first!

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    Coeur d’Alene River | Full-Day Walk & Wade

    Wade into the upper reaches of the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River while trying to hook a healthy population of cutthroat trout that can reach up to 21 inches. Learn more.

    • Season: Daily March–October
    • Duration: Full Day (lunch included)
    • Minimum age is 12

    Coeur d’Alene River | Full-Day Float

    Float the exclusive upper stretch of the Coeur d'Alene River with your fly fishing rod. The ROW Adventure Center is the only outfitter permitted along this angling location. Learn more.

    • Season: Daily March–June
    • Duration: Full Day (lunch included)
    • Minimum age is 12

    Winter Skiing & Snowshoeing

    We are fortunate enough to have multiple ski mountains within a short distance from The Coeur d'Alene Resort, including Silver Mountain Resort, Lookout Pass Ski Area, and Schweitzer Mountain Resort. Visiting skiers and snowboarders can easily plan a memorable day on the slopes to enjoy acres of amazing terrain and stunning views!

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