Day 27 ~ Highest Heights ~ Hiawatha Trail


“If you associate with eagles, you will learn how to soar to great heights. But if you run with dogs, you will learn how to bark.”
― Ojo Michael E.

“Don’t tell me you’re afraid of heights,” she said, shimmying along the edge.
“Not heights,” he murmured. “Just falling.”
― Victoria Schwab

Originally the route of the Hiawatha train, my sister and I biked this trail back in July or August.  I will add other amazing pictures later.  It was something I had wanted to bike it for years but like most things you think of in life, you just never get around to it.  My favorite views were from the railroad bridges.  So cool.  We had a blast.  You drive to the top, ride your bike down, and then get bussed back up to the top to your car.  Now that i have done it once, I would consider starting earlier, from the bottom.  I would ride to the top and then coast back down.  It’s a 15 mile ride, which sounds horrible at first, but i watched older folks down to kids biking up and it’s not really horrible.  Coasting down would be the best.  It was the best.  I hope you enjoy the bridge photos up there but if you ever get the chance to visit Idaho. I would highly recommend this bike ride. (you can also rent the bikes directly at the top.  So much fun.

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