15 + mile railbike ride downhill to Cumberland
½ hour layover at Canal Place to explore
Enjoy it both on your railbike and from the train
Coast and Pedal along the entire railroad over 15 miles, one of the longest railbike excursions available in the country!
Enjoy a leisurely ride back up the mountain aboard the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad and take in the views of Mountain Maryland
Concessions and refreshments available on the train
$139 – Tandem Railbike (up to 2 people) includes railbike ride and one way standard coach train ticket
$219 – Quad Railbike ( up to 4 people) includes railbike and one-way standard coach train ticket
Frostburg Depot 19 Depot St Frostburg, MD 21532
Limited Availability throughout October Tuesdays and Wednesdays
- Railbike excursion with tour guide
- A return trip aboard the Frostburg Flyer in standard coach seating.
- Refreshments and concessions available on the train for an additional cost
What to bring
- Rain gear if needed
- Cash or credit card for snacks on the train
- Mask to board the train
Most anyone can participate, getting off and on the railbike is usually the most strenuous part of the journey.
Customers must wear masks to board train per TSA guidelines.
Cruise through the Brush Tunnel
Get great photos of the cliffs as you pedal through The Narrows
Tour includes one way standard coach ticket per person aboard the Frostburg Flyer ran by The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad for your return to Frostburg.
Depart from the historic frostburg depot on our custom railbikes as we coast on a downhill grade the entire length of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad from Frostburg to the Cumberland station. Enjoy the spectacular fall foliage and Mountain Maryland views as you effortlessly glide to the Queen City before climbing aboard a historic Western Maryland Scenic Railroad standard coach passenger car for the climb back up the mountain pulled by historic diesel locomotives.
Good to Know
Dress appropriately, our tours run rain or shine. You may have a half hour layover between railbiking and the trains departure, use this time to visit the attractions at Canal Place or the C and O canal tow path visitor center.