“Route of the Hiawatha” by Duncan Morris

This is the latest (Part 3) video from our “Summer Sizzler” series. This one is called the “Route of the Hiawatha”- a rail to trail from Lookout Pass on the Idaho/Montana border in the Bitterroot Mountain range down to Pearson trail head, a total of seventeen miles with a 1,000 ft. drop through ten tunnels (including the 1.7 mile long Taft Tunnel at the start) and seven trestles’. We had to bust a move on this one again as the dogs had to be locked in the car. The iron ore and silver from the mines in Mullen were relied upon heavily to aid the war effort and the Hiawatha line was of prime interest. Hope you like it.

Author: Duncan Morris

I'd like to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.

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