The Hiwatha is a bike trail on the Idaho/Montana border that follows old train tracks through the mountains. It is 15 miles long with 10 train tunnels (the longest train tunnel is an impressive 1.66 miles long!).
The Hiawatha Bike Trail is downhill the entire way with shuttles at the bottom to drive you back to the parking lot at the top. The trail can be enjoyed by people of almost any age – from young children to senior citizens.
When is the Hiawatha Bike Trail open?
The trail is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, starting May 27 through September 25.
Phone: (208) 744-1234
In the winter months, the Hiawatha Bike Trail is closed, but you can go to the Lookout Pass Ski and Recreation Area for some fun winter activities!