Route of the Hiawatha opens Saturday | Families
The Route of the Hiawatha opens on May 24th and if you’ve never biked the trail plan to add it to your summer bucket list.
The 15-mile trail-to-trail mountain bike ride is accessible to all ages, and is a great day trip for families. The trail uses the abandoned Milwaukee Railroad grade and takes riders through 10 railroad tunnels and over seven trestles in the Bitterroot Mountains. The 15 mile ride follows a gentle downhill grade with shuttles waiting at the bottom to take you and your bike back to the top.
Lookout Pass operates the trail and provides shuttle tickets and equipment rentals. Reservations for equipment are recommended. Prices are as follows:
- Trail Use fee: $10/adults, $6/children
- Shuttle tickets: $9/adults, $6/children
- Bike rentals: $30/adults, $20/children (includes helmet & light)
- Helmet only: $6
- Light only: $5
The Route of the Hiawatha will be open daily May 24th through September 28th from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm PDT.
For more information visit www.ridethehiawatha.com.