2020 marks the 30th Anniversary of the North Idaho Centennial Trail, and the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation has big plans to mark the event in the coming months. For starters, the group recently published a book titled “North Idaho Centennial Trail: The Trail That Almost Wasn’t.” On the back cover, Idaho governor Brad Little writes, “Decades ago, a group of forward-thinking Idahoans came up with the concept of a paved trail to connect our beautiful state with neighboring Washington, running past some of the most scenic places in all of Idaho. We owe these visionary Idahoans a debt of gratitude.”There will be a book signing event with author Doug Eastwood at The Well-Read Moose in Coeur d’Alene on April 7th. All proceeds from the book will go back to the North Idaho Centennial Trail. In related news, the NICTF is also making big plans for their annual Ales for The Trail bash on August 8, as well as a 30th Anniversary Party in Coeur D’Alene on October 1. Check out the NICTF Facebook page for more details.