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  • Route of the Hiawatha trail opening this weekend

    The Route of the Hiawatha mountain bike trail will open Saturday and Sunday, then will be open seven days a week starting May 23 through Sept. 27.


  • Route of the Hiawatha set for Saturday opening

    The Route of the Hiawatha rail-trail near Lookout Pass is set to open for the 2014 summer season on Saturday. The 15-mile route for mountain biking or hiking follows a …


  • Route of the Hiawatha a local treat for visitors

    When out-of-state friends dropped in for a few days recently – an active couple on their summer vacation – the Route of the Hiawatha immediately came to mind for treating …


  • Bike trail cuts through heart of 1910 burn area

    Last summer, 33,000 mountain bikers from all over the world rode the Route of the Hiawatha. This summer’s crowds are on track to break that record. The parking area at …


  • Hiawatha trail opens Saturday for season

    The Route of the Hiawatha, a 15-mile rail trail that straddles the Montana-Idaho border, is set to open for the season on Saturday. “This is only the second time in …


  • Rail route tunnels saved lives in big fire

    One of the most popular recreation areas in North Idaho is the Route of the Hiawatha, a 15-mile biking and hiking trail on the abandoned roadbed of the Chicago, Milwaukee, …


  • Riding the rail

    Mountain bikes replace skis on car racks at Lookout Pass Ski area on summer days as a popular rail trail continues to set visitation records. The 15-mile Route of the …


  • Rich Landers: Volunteers critical for public lands

    I took my eye off Olympia to chase the tail end of the salmon fly hatches in Idaho and Montana intermittently during the past two weeks, and returned to the …


  • Hiawatha Trail: Downhill day trip

    Spend any time on a bike, for fun or commuting, and at some point when you’re facing that big old hill on your way home, you’re bound to wish for …

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