Rail Trail Bike Tours

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...

The trip was a fantastic chance to experience a carefree week away from my hectic world. In addition to the beautiful Midwestern scenery, superb Bed and Breakfast accommodations and very comfy rental bikes, my favorite part were the guides, James and John. Our entire group...

I rode the lower C&O section from Cumberland to DC several years ago, so knew it was a great ride. This time I joined the group from Wilderness Voyageurs for a supported ride. In every way it surpassed my expectations. From the pre-ride updates to...

Well consider me sold on South Dakota! As a cycling enthusiast, I seek out trails anywhere I go! But I had not even heard of the Mickelson Trail, until planning a trip to the Black Hills. From Edgemont to Deadwood, the trail stretches nearly 109 miles...

Guides did a wonderful job getting us from town-to-town. Great to be with like-minded group of people out to have fun riding bike for six days - and most encouraged by an 82 year old man in our group that was as young as the...

This bike tour exceeded my expectations. Kevin and James were excellent tour guides, I truly appreciated their extra work and efforts to make the trip enjoyable for all...

The C&O Canal Towpath History Starts in 1785 Starting in the heart of Washington, DC, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C&O Canal) towpath leads cyclists on a 184.5-mile journey all the way to Pittsburgh, PA. While the C&O Canal was originally conceived as a transportation system from...