Discover a new side of the Redwood Route aboard our new, longer Railbike experience.
Electric-powered and virtually silent, our custom-built, patent pending, two-person railbikes will take you breezing along the world-famous Redwood Route.
This new excursion will take you 25 miles far off the beaten path along the meandering Noyo River and deep into old-growth redwood groves, on a section of track now reserved exclusively for our railbikes.
Begin the day at our Sherwood Road property with a scenic hike down through the redwoods to the Noyo River and the east end of Tunnel #1. You’ll get acquainted with your bikes and guides, and set off – trips will be staggered by a few minutes so that you can enjoy the solitude of the route as you make your way 11 miles inland along the tranquil river. You’ll pass South Fork, Ranch, Redwood Lodge, Grove, and other historic stops, crossing over 12 wooden trestle bridges that offer stunning views of the river below. Pull into Camp Noyo and take an hour break, with a picnic and refreshments offered complimentary for your enjoyment. Take a swim in the river, relax, or stroll among the redwoods before setting off home.
(Please note: for trips on May 13th through May 15th, August 4th through August 8th, and September 9th through September 10th of 2022, the trip will run to our alternate destination at the beautiful Camp Three instead of Camp Noyo.)
This is a strenuous and lengthy trip, requiring excellent mobility to descend to the railbikes from Sherwood Road. During the winter months this trip can become quite chilly, and we recommend dressing appropriately and with layers.
For those looking for a shorter, less formidable trip, we recommend our Pudding Creek excursion, departing from the Fort Bragg depot.
Rate is $495.00 per bike, with room for two riders.
There is no discount for single riders.
Fares include an 8% Historic Preservation Assessment.
With the rescission of the federal masking mandate, masks are no longer required but are encouraged
Please practice 6 feet social distancing
Wash hands frequently
If you feel ill please do not make your reservation and notify us via telephone or email
All passengers are required to fill out a rail bike participant release of liability and assumption of risk agreement prior to receiving their boarding passes. Riders should be capable of bicycling recumbently for hours at a time at low exertion.
Trains and Railbikes run rain or shine. Always dress appropriately. Railbike riders – you will get wet, so unleash your inner child, it’s fun!
- Single Riders must be at least 18 years of age.
- Not suitable for children under 6 years of age.
- Maximum weight is 250 pounds (per rider).
- Casual sports attire is suggested.
- Close toed shoes are required.
- Helmets are required, you may bring your own or a sanitized helmet will be provided to you.
- Please bring water.
- Dogs are not allowed on this trip at this time. If you would like to bring your furry companion along, please see the Pudding Creek Express, the Wolf Tree Turn or the Railbikes along Pudding Creek.