• The GAP trail has become one of the most popular rail trails now that it fully connects the route from Pittsburgh PA to Cumberland MD, where a connection to the C&O Canal Trail enables a ride all the way to Washington, D.C. The wide gravel trail follows a railroad grade the full distance, with views of the Allegheny Mountains and miles of trail along the Casselman, Youghiogheny and Monongahela rivers. The route ends in downtown Pittsburgh at the famous three rivers confluence of the Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio Rivers. The GAP trail has been recognized as a Hall of Fame Trail by the Rail Trail Association and is a must do trip for many cyclists.
  • The GAP trail has become one of the most popular rail trails now that it fully connects the route from Pittsburgh PA to Cumberland MD, where a connection to the C&O Canal Trail enables a ride all the way to Washington, D.C. The wide gravel trail follows a railroad grade the full distance, with views of the Allegheny Mountains and miles of trail along the Casselman, Youghiogheny and Monongahela rivers. The route ends in downtown Pittsburgh at the famous three rivers confluence of the Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio Rivers. The GAP trail has been recognized as a Hall of Fame Trail by the Rail Trail Association and is a must do trip for many cyclists.
  • Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Vicksburg, including several intriguing sites that figure large in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Vicksburg, including several intriguing sites that figure large in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Jackson, including several intriguing sites that figure in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Vicksburg, including several intriguing sites that figure large in the history of the Civil War and of the South.