Pedego Vacations Washington/Idahao/Montana Rails-to-Trails Tour

Thank you for choosing Pedego Vacations with ROW Adventures. We are excited to welcome you to our home state of Idaho on our 6-day North Idaho Rails-to-Trails Guide Bike Tour.


  • $2,480 Per Person (double occupancy)
  • $550 Single Supplement

Available Dates:

  • July 25 - 30, 2021 - SOLD OUT* 
  • August 22 - 27, 2021 - SOLD OUT*
  • August 1 - 6, 2021 - SOLD OUT*
  • August 8 - 13, 2021 - SOLD OUT*
  • August 29 - September 3, 2021 - SOLD OUT*

*If you're interested in one of the sold out dates please inquire to be added to our waitlist. 

Ready to Book? 

If you are ready to make your reservation, Please complete the booking process by clicking the "Book Now" button below and selecting your desired trip date from the available options. If you own a Pedego bike and/or plan to bring your own Pedego bike on the tour, please enter the Discount Code: PED during the booking process. 

Thank you! We look forward to pedaling with you soon. 



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If you have questions about booking this trip or need assistance please complete the form below, call (208) 765-0841 or email 

More Information - 5-day North Idaho Rails to Trails Bike Tour



Great trip, highly recommend

From Spokane, WA to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho to the Montana border. The Hiawatha Trail, 15 miles of biking trail, 10 Train tunnels and 7 sky-high trestles. Washington & Idaho Centennial trails. Coeur d'Alenes trail to Harrison & Kellogg & Mullan & Wallace. Great guides, Connor l, Connor ll and of course Peter. Loved every part of the journey. You will totally love it also. Row staff was great and everything was made easy. Treat yourself to a terrific ebike adventure. Enjoy the journey. Phil (Smiling Spirit)>


Wonderful Biking Vacation!

My sister and I joined a group of ten others for this wonderful 5 day Pedego/Row biking trip with spectacular scenery each day. We loved the beautiful paved bike trails, especially the trail from Plummer thru forests, across a gorgeous historic bridge, then into the small town of Harrison. The Hiawatha trail was unbelievable with so many tunnels and beautiful bridges. Our guides were wonderful and very organized, taking care of ebikes and equipment, and even made a delicious lunch for all of us in the small towns along the path. We even saw five moose! We all really enjoyed dinners together in nearby restaurants each night. Our group was so much fun that it was hard to say goodbye at the end of the week. I can’t imagine a more beautiful and scenic biking trip in our country.

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