The Longest Tunnel In Idaho Has A Truly Fascinating Backstory

Located along Idaho’s world-famous rail-trail known as the Route of the Hiawatha, the St. Paul Pass Tunnel is the longest tunnel in the state. Also known as Taft Tunnel, this is a treasured landmark along the trail and it’s easy to see why. The scale of this tunnel is breathtaking. Riding through it on a bicycle is a real treat that’s bound to leave you in amazement. However, few people realize that this tunnel has a rich backstory that goes along with it. Keep reading to learn all about it!

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Did you know the story behind Idaho’s longest tunnel? Riding through this thing should be a bucket list item for everyone! If you thought this story was fascinating, just wait until you read about The Unexpected City Of Tunnels That’s Hiding Underneath A Rural Town In Idaho.