COVID19 – The June Ride is canceled, but might be back in the fall with the October Trek.
Check back July 1 for an update.
The Weiser River Trail is open. We encourage you to ride!
WHERE: Weiser River Trail – An 85-mile rail trail from Weiser to almost New Meadows
SPONSOR: Friends of the Weiser River Trail
REGISTRATION: Blue Circle Sports There are limits on number of riders and cut-off dates for registration so sign up early.
CUSTOM JERSEY: Purchase a Weiser River Trail cycling jersey.
If You Need a Place to Stay
Mundo Hot Springs, Cambridge Located near the trail at mile 42.5 where the trail intersections with Sawmill Road – cross the road bridge and go about 1 mile. During our October Trek 2 day ride, we camp at Mundo Hot Springs which has RV and tent camping as well as a hostel and rooms in the Poolhouse. There is a wonderful bistro on site or take the 2 mile trip to Cambridge for restaurants.
Colonial Motel, Weiser If you want to stay in Weiser Friday night before the two day ride, I recommend the Colonial Motel. Friendly people, great service, and a good night’s sleep. After you meet them, you will want to return to stay again and take advantage of their shuttle service to explore some of your favorite sections of the Weiser River Trail. 251 E. Main, Weiser, ID. 83672 208-549-0150 * 866-420-2143
Trailhead Hostel and Guesthouse, Midvale If you are riding the trail alone or with a group, the Trailhead Hostel and Guesthouse is a good place to stay. They have everything from a Hostel Dorm Bed to accommodations for a group of 20 people. Their facilities and hospitality are superb. PARKING!!!
Weiser River Trail RV Park, Council Located on the trail near mile 60, the Weiser River Trail RV Park is more than the name claims. It does not require an RV to camp here. Tents and bike packers are welcome. Shower facilities are available for non-guests as well. PARKING!!!
The Wye Campground Located at mile 82.7. There are 10 campsites, water, vault toilet, and electricity. The 6 RV sites have water and 50 Amp electricity. In addition, there are 4 tent sites. Horses are welcome. This campground is owned by Friends of the Weiser River Trail. There is a camp host onsite.
Join us and ride one of my favorite trails