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The NorPac Trail follows the old right-of-way of the Northern Pacific Railway (hence the trail's name) in western Montana and the Idaho Panhandle, crossing Lookout Pass. The trail runs from Idaho near...
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The Railroad Right-of-Way Trail winds through the pristine wilderness of Idaho's Targhee National Forest. The sprawling forest is a unit of the even larger Caribou-Targhee National Forest, which...
A very nice walk. Great for all walking levels.
wonderful trip across America
Took me five years of dreaming to make it here... loved every minute. Rode Labor Day weekend 2020. Just beautiful! Stopped on way to take photo by the state line sign which is located in the very first tunnel. Use your flashlight and look for it, easy to miss. The not so good: Rode both directions because of the lack of concern by shuttle owners about social distancing and C19. Also made what ended up being a 20 minute stop to help people with tools, as course "marshals" were a joke and I still made it up the hill before the shuttle; as even in the midst of a pandemic they waited for a full bus and did not require masks. (Encouraged, but not required). Little kid's rental bike had a blow out and course owners/marshals that you pay for, did NOTHING to help for over ninety minutes the family sat there. Restrooms at trail ends were filthy. Use ones on trail. In a nut shell.... the trail gets an A+ and the profit making company that runs it gets a D-. But I still loved it. :-)
Rode the trail end to end and back again, Sept 2020. Camped in local USFS campgrounds. Had to ride each segment up and back as there was no shuttle due to C19. Great ride. All segments different. Was over 100 degrees the last day and got way overheated. Trail heads are clean and well spaced and bathrooms en route. If you can meet some other riders to share shuttling that would be ideal. Really enjoyed the ride.
Take a good light for the tunnels. Awesome trip on a rad rover.
This is an incredible ride. The mostly paved path runs on both sides of the river in town with lots of stopping points. You’ll also find many parks offering great picnic stops, restrooms and bike tools. Plenty of entry points at the parks lining the river. Crowded in the summertime. Head east towards Lucky Peak Dam and it will thin out.
We stayed in CDA right by the lake. One day we rode north about 15 miles and turned around. Very nice (except when you go by the gun range - yikes). The next day we rode south about 15 miles. It’s partly on a road but totally safe. Loved every mile both ways. Idaho knows how to do trails!
We parked in Harrison and rode to Plummer. Beautiful ride. Yes, the last 5 miles into Plummer have an incline but not bad. Well worth it. Rode back to Harrison for lunch. 30 miles.
We started at the south end in a camp site. Holy uphill! It was a hot, humid day and the gravel was large. We lasted 3 miles uphill and gave up. I keep thinking Bigfoot was going to come out of the woods and get me. No thanks
No this isn’t a hard trail but it’s very pretty. Ride by a college, sculptures, animal topiary and the falls. It was great place to ride this after being cooped up in a car all day. Very friendly people on the trail.
We rode this trail for 20 miles last week. Very well maintained and smooth. It was fun to see the ski resorts from our bike. This is a great bike town.
Amazing ride, but I advise making this trip in the spring. We waited till September to avoid the heat, but ended up in "dangerous" air quality on account of the forest fires. Loved the paved trail. We rode from Plummer to Harrison the first day, 16 miles. Mostly downhill and lovely tree-lined hills, then the cool bridge and... pelicans! They did a flyover, welcoming us to the lake. The next day we rode to Kellogg. Enjoyed the views the first two thirds, not so much near Smelterville. Anime illness annexed the trip, salt. Still, a great, fun ride.
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