“Follow this historical mining route as it rolls through the Idaho backcountry.”
— Chris Wandervans
Most of the Centennial Trail is built on old fire, mining, and logging roads. The trail width will vary between 4-10 feet and there will be dips and water drains along the length of the trail. There are no bridges at the various creek crossings, so caution is recommended, especially during high water periods. You'll want to use caution when crossing Little Boulder and Miller Creek particularly during high water flows in the spring.
The old section of this trail provided travelers during the gold rush days with a link between Florence and Warren. This is mainly a historical ride and will help to take you back to the old mining days around Florence.