Groups of 15 or More

Groups of 15 or More

Groups of 15 or more, that plan their trip in advance, make a payment with 1 Credit Card and make their reservations at least 48 hours in advance of the 8:30 am opening time of the Hiawatha Trail - Will Save 10% on;
  Trail Passes, Shuttle Passes, Rental Bikes & Lunches.

Children 4 years of age and younger do not count towards the 15 paid participants, as their trail tickets are FREE.  
Start your Reservation here!
 
If you are investigating this for a Group Outing, Family Reunion or Corporate Retreat and want more information on The Route of the Hiawatha - Scenic Bike Trail please email: Matt@SkiLookout.com and include the following information in your email: 
  Group Leader Name
  Home Mailing Address: 
  City, St, Zip:
  Group Leader Email:
  Group Leader Phone: 

  Organization Name
  Date you want to Ride the Hiawatha (MM/DD/YYYY):
  Anticipated number of Riders:
  
We are happy to help you plan your trip. 

See our website for Lodging & Dining suggestions in the local Idaho & Montana towns that surround this Historic trail.

Why the Hiawatha?
Where else can you enjoy 10 Dark Tunnels and biking across 7 Sky High Steel RR Trestles on a 15 mile long all downhill trail through some of the prettiest country in the USA. A shuttle will transport you back to the top of the trail where you will be able to bike back thru the signature 1.66 mile long St. Paul Pass - AKA Taft Tunnel


We enjoy seeing large groups out enjoying this Scenic Treasure!

Plan your Group Outing today!
   Thank you for considering a group outing on the Historic Route of the Hiawatha - Scenic Bike Trail.

  A USA Today Top 10 Pick,
  Rail to Trails Hall of Fame Trail &
  The Crown Jewel of all Rails-to-Trails projects in America!

This Nationally acclaimed "Rail-to-Trail" path follows the abandoned Milwaukee RR grade between the historic old town site of Taft, MT & Pearson, ID.

This specific 15-mile section of the Milwaukee Road RR was appropriately described as: 
  "One of the Most Scenic Stretches of RR in the Country!"

Enjoy your ride!