Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Spokane International Airport (GEG) is where you will land.
Alaska Airlines, Delta, United, American, and Southwest all fly to Spokane. Alaska and Delta each charge $25 each way for your bike (as long as it is within the weight and size limit) while others charge more.
Coeur d'Alene is a 45-min drive east from the airport on Interstate 90.
Driving to Coeur d'Alene
If you are within driving distance to Coeur d'Alene, it may be cheaper than flying.
From Seattle, WA - 311 miles
From Boise, ID - 382 miles
From Bozeman, MT - 367 miles
From Portland, OR - 384 miles
From Bend, OR - 412 miles
From Salt Lake City, UT - 688 miles
All majors car rental companies are available at the Spokane International Airport.
Local Athletic Stores
If you need any athlete gear, such as nutrition, running shoes, or bike repair, here are local stores with whom we partnered:
Trek Bikes - 1104 N. 4th St., CdA
Fleet Feet - 511 Sherman Ave., CdA
Vertical Earth - Sherman Ave., CdA
The Host Hotel for Idaho Xtri is the TBD.
There are other smaller, less expensive hotels in the area that are close to the start of the event.
Holiday Inn Express, Springhill Suites, Hampton Inn, Staybridge Hotel, and Best Western Plus are good options.
You may also consider VRBO and Airbnb as lodging options.
Other Local Businesses
Here are some other local businesses to visit during your stay in Coeur d'Alene:
Cosmic Cowboy Grill
Capone's Sports Bar
Daft Badger Brewery
CdA Coffee Company
Le Peep Restaurant