Activities in Coeur d'Alene


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A locally owned fitness destination for 30 years, Peak Health & Wellness provides patrons with three facilities as spacious and well-maintained as gyms owned by a corporate entity, but as personalized as a family business. Guests walk into any location to find large workout floors stocked with rows of cardio and strength equipment, separate group-aerobics studios, and indoor courts for playing tennis, squash, basketball, and pretend jury duty. The personable staff of certified trainers lead 40 distinct fitness programs including group classes of Insane-X, X-Fit, and spin, while onsite childcare centers watch over the little ones as parents work out. An indoor pool is host to a number of different classes, and to solve the other side of the health and wellness equation, each locale hosts various nutrition programs and seminars.

940 W Ironwood Dr
Coeur d'Alene,
ID
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Randy Henry’s Dynamic Golf's aboutGolf PGA Tour simulator lets golf enthusiasts sharpen their skills in the middle of the most brutal lightning storm. Links lovers can practice swinging, slicing, and putting on their choice of 55 courses, including top-ranked courses such as Pebble Beach and Pinehurst, within the digitally rendered, high-definition world of a 180-degree panoramic screen. A new-fangled sensor array analyzes the weight and rotation of real-life swings by taking video and digitizing golf-orb statistics such as speed and rifle spin, allowing swingers to mathematically improve their whiffs. Once the ball is airborne, invisible cherubs transport the dimpled globe from this dimension into a parallel universe that is safely contained within the simulator by an ancient pact between Scotland Yard and the denizens of a second Earth.

210 east Sherman Avenue
Coeur D'Alene,
ID
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Our primary business focus it custom picture framing. We do offer unique furniture items in leather, stone clocks, and enamaled copper dishes.

2951 N Government Way
Coeur D Alene,
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Joe Roope, Sr., and his son have grown Castaway Fly Fishing Shop into an full-service fly-fishing shop abounding in guided trips, classes, and high-end tackle from the likes of Loop Tackle Design and Action Optics by Smith. They proudly carry locally tied flies, offsetting a selection of fly-tying materials to accompany single- and double-hand rods. Though hunkered down in scenic Coeur d'Alene, they lead fly-fishing trips in a number of area waterways, shepherding groups through Idaho, Montana, and Washington during guided jaunts down rivers such as the Blackfoot, Clark Fork, and Upper Columbia. They share their passion for perpetuating the wild-trout fisheries of the Inland Northwest in each of their classes, advocating responsible catch, release, and contract-signing techniques whenever dealing with fish.

1114 N 4th St
Coeur D Alene,
ID
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The experienced instructors at Coeur d'Alene Athletic Club help patrons push toward optimal health with classes in the gym, on the court, and in the pool. Throughout the week, the facility hosts 23 one-hour classes in varying disciplines. Clients can see what it's like to run the court like a pro without being chased by arena security guards thanks to the men's basketball classes. Or they can bend bodies into the shape of every letter in the Greek alphabet in core yoga sessions, which can take place in a private room. The gym's 25-yard pool sets the aquatic stage for swimmers who want to learn how to build their endurance, and a weight room full of Nautilus and Flex equipment helps maximize muscle mass. Meanwhile, a fleet of cycles challenges riders to pedal their fastest and pop stationary wheelies.

208 E Coeur Dalene Ave
Coeur D Alene,
ID
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Shoshone Golf and Tennis Club?s nine-hole course tunnels through the pine-covered peak of Gold Run Mountain for 3,176 scenic yards. The grassy playground traces its roots to a three-hole course built at the mountain?s base in 1922?a rough-and-tumble club layout that consisted of sand greens and a clubhouse built with donated lumber and since-extinct mining trolls. In the 1970s, the course ascended to the mountaintop after a land trade and expanded to its current nine-hole layout, where golfers have been sending drives down tree-lined fairways and lobbing approaches over dramatic elevation changes ever since. A rustic clubhouse offers a fully stocked pro shop and a cocktail lounge where guests can take in views of the Silver Valley and stir mixed drinks with retired golf tees.

Course at a Glance: * 9-hole, par 36 course * Length of 3,176 yards from the farthest tees * Two tee options

1 Gold Run Mountain
Osburn,
ID
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