Cycle Idaho's Coeur d'Alenes And Hiawatha Trail Bike Touroffered by supplier M17768 (read about supplier)
Tour Duration: 4 day(s)
Group Size: 6 - 12 people
Destination(s): Washington Idaho
Specialty Categories: Bicycle Touring Sightseeing
Season: July - August
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 1295 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 1295 US Dollar (USD)
An awesome highlight: Riding though the 1.66 mile Taft Tunnel. This tunnel was used by the Milwaukee railroad to cross between Idaho and Montana under the crest of the Bitterroot Mountains. Midway through the tunnel an interpretive sign shows the border between the states which was first reached by railroad crews in 1907. There is also a beautiful waterfall at the west portal of the tunnel. You will want to bring a good bike light as the tunnel is dark.
2018 Tour Dates:
- July 10th
- July 16th
- July 22nd
- August 14th
Day 1: Today’s ride beings in Spokane, WA. There are two ride options today. You might be ready to enjoy the town of Coeur d’Alene when you arrive at Hotel Blackwell in the afternoon. Or enjoy an additional 12 miles of biking. Continue out of Coeur d’Alene to Higgens Point and the end of the North Idaho Centennial Trail.
Day 2: Your ride begins in Plummer, Idaho along the shoreline of sparkling Lake Coeur d’Alene. The silky pavement makes the ride sheer joy. Parts of the trail are on a levee that was built for the Union Pacific Railroad in the middle of the lake, you feel like you are floating on the water. As the trail departs Lake Coeur d’Alene it begins to follow the Coeur d’Alene River through Silver Valley as you ride to Kellogg, Idaho.
Day 3: Begin your day in East Portal, Montana . Enjoy cycling through the 1.7 mile long Taft Tunnel that travels through the Continental Divide under the Bitterroot Mountain Range and delivers you into Idaho. You are now on the Route of the Hiawatha Trail, The Loop Creek valley opens before you, serving up absolutely breathtaking scenery with spectacular views from the 7 high railroad trestles you’ll cross.
Day 4: Get ready to ride on three different trails! Your ride begins at Randolph Creek, Montana on the Norpac Trail with a detour on the Hiawatha Trail and then continuing on the the Route of the Coeur d’Alene. The day concludes with a shuttle back to Spokane where we will bid our farewells.
Supplemental Tour Information:
- Sag van support
- Two support staff
- Sag Wagon: 15 Passenger Van and 12 foot box trailer
- Two guides who will operate the Sag Wagon, prepare meal stops, ride portions of the trail to provide on trail assistance and keep the bikes tuned on a daily basis
- Mobile Repair Shop: all necessary parts, including the carrying of two (2) spare bicycles
- Breakfast, most mornings it will be at your place of lodging
- Daily lunch is a menu appropriate for multi-day calorie burning trip
- Daily snacks to consist of fruits, energy bars etc.
- Drinks with lunch, and a continual supply throughout the day of water or desired beverage, a vegetarian option will be available if necessary
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
-Single Supplement $350 (required if traveling solo and/or requesting separate beds)
-Bike Rental $60
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