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Rails-to-Trails - Mountain Region

This page provides a guide to abandoned railroad right-of-ways converted to rail-trails for hiking, cycling, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and recreation in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada.

Boreas Pass Trail - 17-mile rail-trail for driving and biking between Breckenridge and Como, Colorado

George S. Mickelson Trail - 114-mile trail from Deadwood to Edgemont, South Dakota, including more than 100 converted railroad bridges and four hardrock tunnels

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail - 28-mile rail-trail which begins at Park City, Utah and follows Interstate 80 through Wanship and Coalville to Echo Reservoir

Iron King Trail - 4-mile rail-trail built on the grade of the Prescott & Eastern Railroad in Prescott Valley, Arizona

Lake Mead Historic Railroad Tunnel Trail - 4-mile rail-trail with five tunnels along the former U.S. Government Construction Railroad for Hoover Dam in Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Nevada

Medicine Bow Rail-Trail - 21-mile trail built on the former Laramie, Hahns Peak & Pacific Railroad grade near Laramie, Wyoming

Mohave & Milltown Railroad Trails - 7-mile rail-trail on the former Mohave & Milltown Railway grade between Oatman and Mohave Valley, Arizona

Parley’s Trail - 8-mile paved rail-trail under construction in Salt Lake City, Utah

Peavine Trail - 5-mile trail on the former Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway grade in Prescott, Arizona

Poudre Trail - 12-mile rail-trail in Fort Collins, Colorado

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy - Preserves unused rail corridors in the US by transforming them into trails

Rio Grande Trail - 42-mile rail-trail built on the former Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad grade between Aspen and Glenwood Springs, Colorado

River's Edge Trail - 30-mile rail-trail on abandoned portions of the Great Northern and Milwaukee Railroad in Great Falls, Montana

Rollins Pass - Guide to the original 30-mile railroad grade over Rollins Pass in Colorado, replaced by the Moffat Tunnel in 1928

Route of the Hiawatha Rail-Trail - 15-mile trail on the former Milwaukee Road grade between Taft and Pearson, Idaho features seven trestles and nine tunnels, including the 1.7 mile St. Paul Pass (Taft) Tunnel

Santa Fe Rail Trail - 11.5-mile unimproved rail-trail along the Santa Fe Southern Railway between Lamy and Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe Rail-Trail - 15-mile trail follows the active Santa Fe Southern Railroad grade between Lamy and Santa Fe, New Mexico

Switzerland Trail - 8.5 miles of former narrow gauge railroad grade suitable for hiking, biking, and driving west of Boulder, Colorado

Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes - 72-mile paved bike path in Idaho follows a former Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way from Mullan, a mountain mining town near the Montana border, to Plummer, a town on the prairie near the Washington border

Weiser River Trail - 84-mile rail-trail on the former Pacific and Idaho Northern (PIN) railroad grade between Weiser and Rubicon, Idaho

Wood River Trail - 30-mile paved rail-trail in Blaine County, Idaho

Wyoming Heritage Trail - 22-mile rail-trail between Shoshoni and Riverton, Wyoming

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