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Decker Creek Trail - Trail 081

Consensus:    (details)
 4.0 from 2 votes
  Difficult from 2 votes
Rank: #7 in the Couch Summit and Bog Smoky Creek area
#86 in Idaho
#1,724 Overall
Condition:
unknown
Trail near Ketchum,  area, 
“Idaho backcountry at its finest: cruising singletrack through old gold mining prospects.”
Zephyr Sylvester on Sep 16, 2013
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6.510.4 milesKilometers 23’7 m Ascent 8,857’2,699 m High 8.9% Avg Grade
Singletrack Type -3,021’-921 m Descent 5,858’1,786 m Low 24.8% Max Grade
Restrictions
Snow coverage till July
Description
Difficult to access, but incredibly worth it if the trail is clear (snow and logs often make this ride inaccessible in the early summer).

Most commonly done as an out and back by mountain bikers or a connecting trail by motos, this trail climbs as smooth as it descends. There are large rocky sections, forested buff dirt sections, and spectacular rock falls and views the whole way up though meadowland and burn area.

Heading down Decker, passing over the bridge and Flint Creek - Trail 067 intersection, the trail gets a little sparse, but it's incredibly flowy, fast, and fun.
Contacts
Land Manager: USFS - Boise National Forest Office
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PHOTOS of Decker Creek Trail - Trail 081
 2.7 from 3 votes
The coldest, freshest water on the trail! (Stanley, ID)
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