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Travel Idaho’s historic railways in a whole new way. The rail to trail systems in and around McCall offer scenic pathways for hiking and biking in the summer and fat bike riding and Nordic skiing in the winter.
The Weiser River Trail started as a grassroots effort between the Friends of the Weiser Trail, the non-profit organization that maintains the trail, and the Union Pacific Railroad, which deeded 84 miles of old railroad for recreational use. The trail stretches from New Meadows to Weiser and offers plenty of scenic places to make a pit stop, stretch your legs, and immerse yourself in the old growth forest along the trail. We recommend stopping at the Evergreen Campground, five miles south of the Tamarack Saw Mill, for easy access to the trail. The campground has plenty of parking and restrooms.