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Tunnel Hill State Trail, Vienna

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TripAdvisor
  • I have been on this scenic trail numerous times. It is great, although it can be a little spooky/deceiving going through the old tunnel.If you are a runner you should know that this is an extremely fl...  more »
  • Trail was well maintained and easy to ride. Went there with the expectation that the trail would be like the Sparta-Elroy trail in Wisconsin which it is not. Still, an okay ride. Problem is we expecte...  more »
  • My wife and I rode here two separate days in March 2017 and covered the entire trail in that time. Surface is crushed stone and easily rideable with our 32 mm tires. Riding skinny road bike tires migh...  more »
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  • This is a beautiful bike trail that is well maintained, goes through rural areas and has a great camping spot at the southern end
  • Bring a camera when you bike the Tunnel Hill Trail! The views are amazing when you encounter the old trestle bridges. It is very peaceful on this trail, maybe too peaceful. It is under-ridden for sure. If you are thirsty or need a snack many of the small towns along the trail have gas stations located near the trail.
  • This is a really good, if somewhat underused trail. The surface is crushed limestone, but it is packed well. You can usually ride it with narrow tires with a road bike, but wider mountain bike tires will work better. Since the trail is on an old railroad bed, there are trees on both sides of the trail in many places, giving the impression that you are riding through a green "tunnel". A great trail.
  • Some great views along The bridges. Not to be missed.