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Did you see the love that USA Today gave our own Route of the Hiawatha bike/hike trail last week? - number 1 on the list of the best places to (bike) ride the rails - it's an amazing trail in a beautiful setting. The best part for my young family is that it was all downhill with a shuttle at the bottom and I could rent a tag-a-long to bring my 5 year old boy along - if you haven't checked out the tunnels, trestles, and occasional moose on the Hiawatha, I'd encourage you to give it a try this summer.
Attention well deserved. I re-located here a few years back, and never found time to experience the trail until this summer. What an amazing experience! Here are a few images that I shot while I was there. http://animoto.com/play/ByJ5GXm9iTAQ07uS8AHcrA
I liked your pictures or the trail Gary - nice shot of the creek at the beginning too. I'm thinking that, next year, I might try camping along Loop Creek and riding the trail during the weekend but also getting in some fishing and hiking (probably stop into Wallace for a brew too).
loved the squirel in the helmet shots cute. I have a few up on my blog from teh ride we did in september. the trees were starting to turn colors so it was a good ride. the first time we did the ride so late in the summer and it was great. Nice moose in your shot haven't seen the moose in a few years myself.
great tunnel pics! I usually miss the moose up there too for some reason - probably because my kids like to shout in the tunnels and make enough noise to scare away any wildlife for a mile in any direction -LOL -love the trail and your pictures though