Hiawatha Trail reopens for the season
WALLACE, Idaho — Cyclists will be happy to hear that one of the Inland Northwest’s most scenic mountain bike trails has reopened for the season.
Described as the “Crown Jewel of Rail-to-Trail Conservation in the Country,” the Hiawatha Trail is a 15 mile, all downhill ride that beings in Taft, Montana and ends in Pearson, Idaho.
The trail will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week from May 28 through September 19.
Prices vary, depending on age group and day of the week. For adults ages 13 and up, trail passes cost $15 Monday through Thursday and $30 Friday through Sunday. For kids ages 5-12, trail passes $10 Monday through Thursday and $20 Friday through Sunday. On their website, they said Friday through Sunday rates include both a trail and shuttle pass.
People can found out how to make reservations on the trail’s website.
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