If you're looking for something fun to do this fall, we have the perfect activity for you! Across the border from Ontario, you can pedal a rail bike through the forest and take in all the gorgeous fall colours! It's time to grab three of your closest friends and head on a road trip.

So, what is rail biking? It involves a type of bicycle which you get to pedal over railway tracks. It's similar to four recumbent bikes sandwiched together. On each bike, you can have two people peddling in the front, and two in the back.

Revolution Rail Co. offers this rail bike excursion in North Creek, New York. This fall, it's available Thursdays to Mondays from Sep. 5 to Oct. 27, 2019.

Autumn is one of the most magnificent times of year to go rail biking because it allows you to really enjoy the colourful fall foliage. The Adirondack Region is famous for being one of the best spots to look at fall leaves in the entire U.S.A.!

This course is over nine kilometres and will take you along train tracks through the pristine Adirondack forest and over the Hudson River. As the excursion is powered by how fast you and your friends pedal, you're free to stop along the journey to take photos and enjoy panoramic views.

On average, the trip takes two hours and is suitable for everyone. This leisurely activity is the perfect way to enjoy the splendors of fall with your friends, and get in a bit of exercise too!

Make sure to book your rail bike trip quickly this fall! It costs $140 for a quad bike that seats four people or $80 for a tandem bike that seats two. To reserve your trip, visit Revolution Rail Co's website.

Revolution Rail Co. Rail Bike Tour

Price: From $140 for four people or $80 for two

When: Thursdays to Mondays from Sep. 5 to Oct. 27, 2019

Address: 3 Railroad Place, North Creek, New York

Why You Need To Go: Rail biking is a super fun way to see the fall leaves!



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