Timber Rail Trail Tour

Timber Rail Trail Tour

Detail Duration: 5 hours
An Original Train Trestle
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Portland, Maine is one of the more beautiful places that you can go to get away from it all because this city is just not that big. It is very quiet, and you might go right outside the city to see the Timber Rail Trail and tour with a professional guide. The guide will help you have a good time with the family in the woods, and you might take a lot pictures along the way.

The Timber Rail Trail Tour is fun because you are simply going into the woods to have fun. You can have the kids with you, and you will find that you can have a very nice time with people in a place that is very quiet. You also need to ask for the best picture spots.

You get to come close to the animals that are there, and you will find that the people who are on the tour will become your friends because they like to have fun with people like you. You could have the sort of tour experience that will make you have more fun, and you will come back to town to have the rest of your day to yourself.

The tickets for the tour are online, and you will find that there are many spots on this tour. The tour helps you have much more fun, and it gets you out of crowded city streets.

Someone who wants to have fun with the family could see the Timber Rail Trail and have some adventures in the Maine woods.

After meeting at our shop, we'll jump into the Pedal Bike Tours van and drive 45 minutes to Stub Stewart State Park in the coast mountain range.

This slightly downhill 9-mile ride along a railroad line turned into a car-free paved path gives us a sense of what it was like to ride the rails out of the mountains with a load of freshly cut logs on the way to the lumber mill. You'll ride through dense forest amidst the lush green growth of dozens of species of trees, bushes, ferns, and moss.

Along the way you'll cross a railroad trestle bridge, high above a streambed before crusing into the lush meadows of the Tualatin valley and into the town of Banks.

Then relax as we transport you back to the city to complete your experience of one of the most beautiful places in Oregon.

-Bike, helmet snacks and water are included in the tour price.

Pickup & Return:
All tours start at our shop in downtown Portland near the Saturday Market and Voodoo Donuts.
Departure Times: 9AM and 1PM Please arrive at our shop 15 minutes before your tour so we can fit you to your bike and helmet.


  • Bottled water
  • Snacks
  • Hotel drop-off (selected hotels only)

Does not include:

  • Gratuities (recommended)
  • Hotel pickup

Additional Information:

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • All Tours start at our shop downtown.  Our address is 133 SW 2nd Ave. Portland, OR, 97204.

  • Every tour includes a guide, the bikes, and helmets.  

  • We can also provide ponchos or rain capes if necessary. 

  • We recommend wearing comfortable active wear for the rides. 

  • There are pouches on our bikes for carrying small items.

  • Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking
  • Here are additional things you may want:


    Water bottle

    Other snacks

    Rain gear


    Sun block

    Feel free to bring whatever you think you need.  Also, all of the above items are available for purchase in our shop.

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