Rail Trail Bike Tours

In 4 days we covered 150 miles, made new friends, saw small town hospitality and had an absolutely wonderful time!From registering to riding, this trip was a great experience. Its obvious that Wilderness Voyageurs and the bike tour guides really want to make sure you...

The trip was awesome!! Our bike tour guides, Josh and Bill, were the most patient professionals for this type activity one could ever hope for. We were about the slowest cyclists in the group and they didn't make us feel inferior at all! Josh gladly...

I've done a few bike tours, but this one was one of the easiest and most enjoyable!Good trail, well-selected stops, and a crew that really had their stuff together. Our bike tour guides, Lisa and Taylor kept everything well-stocked and easy so that I could...

I had a great time on the 4 day Great Allegheny Passage Bike Tour! Our Bike Tour Guides were professional and fun! Accommodations and food were top notch. And best of all were my fellow participants - a good group of riders from across the...

I registered for this particular bike tour because it was my first experience, and I wanted to start with something local and short.I had a wonderful time!!The bike tour guides (I believe it was Ron and Steve) were very knowledgeable about the trails, as well...

As an event manager from New Zealand, I was keen to check out Wilderness Voyageurs. They seemed to be a perfect fit, as I have an interest in forming a relationship with a North American organisation with a view to co-promote Southern New Zealand cycle...

I have always wanted to do this trail after reading about it for so many years in Rails-to-Trails magazine.I did the tour with your group after having a terrific time on your GAP trip from Cumberland to Pittsburgh in 2015.The inn to inn experience was...

By Tom Sexton  Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s 2017 Pennsylvania Sojourn will soon be here!   Are you excited yet … because we are!  And as we get ready for an amazing week on the Great Allegheny Passage and Montour Trail, we wanted to provide a few simple tips on how...

From Railroad to Rail-Trail: The Rio Grande Rail-Trail More than 100 years after its founding, the path of the Rio Grande Railroad continues to transport people through the beautiful Rockies. However, today the people are traveling under their own power. Thanks to a combination of funding...

Being a Midwesterner, and having driven to vacations in Montana, I had drawn an unfair opinion of South Dakota. Making time on the highways, I crossed this state getting only a taste of that grand ole' west I was thirsting for, but not long ago...