Weiser River Trail

Weiser, Idaho

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At 86 continuous miles, the Weiser River Trail is the longest nonmotorized multiuse rail trail in Idaho and a designated National Recreation Trail. It travels on the original railbed beside the Weiser River and through rural towns of southwestern Idaho. Along the way it passes by farmland, basalt canyons, riparian zones, and the alpine setting of the Payette National Forest.
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by Natalie Bartley (Falcon Guides)

At 86 continuous miles, the Weiser River Trail is the longest nonmotorized multiuse rail trail in Idaho and a designated National Recreation Trail. It travels on the original railbed beside the Weiser River and through rural towns of southwestern Idaho. Along the way it passes by farmland, basalt canyons, riparian zones, and the alpine setting of the Payette National Forest.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Weiser
Distance: 86
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Season: The trail can be used year-round.
Local Contacts: Friends of the Weiser River Trail
Driving Directions: Directions to Weiser River Trail

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Apr 2018