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Red Creek loop

 3.8 (13)

9.4 Miles 15.1 Kilometers


90%

Singletrack

1,658' 505 m

Ascent

-1,658' -505 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

7,396' 2,254 m

High

6,213' 1,894 m

Low

Shared By todd saulters

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A beautifully secluded trail in picture perfect backcountry.

todd saulters

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Overview

This is a local favorite, especially in the hot summer months due to the frequent stream crossings. It has huge views with a true backcountry feal. There can me lots of moose along trail along with other big game. Low traffic so be prepared for everything.

Need to Know

There are multiple stream crossings along Red Creek. Plan on getting a little wet even late summer. Travel is in bear country as well.

Description

Ride up Little Pine aka Spooky Trail. When you connect with Corral Creek, continue on to the right (this is the point the loop will bring you back to). Continue on Corral Creek until you get to the Red Creek trail junction. The junction is after the really fun downhill.

Take a left and prepare for multiple stream crossings. When you hit the doubletrack go left uphill. The doubletrack is fun with little rollers throughout. Watch for the Corral Creek trail to pick up on the left and take it back up to Spooky Trail. Ride Spooky Trail back to the car for a fun final downhill.

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Aug 4, 2018
Brandon Shepherd
Definitely for the advanced mountain biker and a few hike a bike spots. Wouldn’t recommend any kids unless they are super strong 10mi
May 26, 2018
Heath Bowen
Sep 4, 2016
Marc Shamus
Stream crossings are all rideable. Double track is moon dust. Fun & challenging. 9.4mi — 2h 04m
Aug 12, 2016
Octave Zangs
Aug 6, 2016
Kevan Dee
Jul 5, 2015
Matt Hage
Bit overgrown but still ton of fun. — 2h 00m

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  3.8 from 13 votes

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Jeremiah Thomas
Boise, ID
Jeremiah Thomas   Boise, ID
Beautiful trail winding through lush forest near the lovely Teton Valley! Aug 16, 2014
In mid to late summer it's a trail best ridden with chaps. Heavily overgrown and quite buggy. Aug 10, 2015

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