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Three Bears

 4.3 (14)

5.0 Miles 8.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

486' 148 m

Ascent

-1,327' -405 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

24%

Max Grade (13°)

4,226' 1,288 m

High

2,945' 898 m

Low

Shared By Cory Harelson

Conditions


All Clear 94 days ago
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A long trail providing a challenging climb or a fun, mildly technical descent.

Cory Harelson

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Don't ride when muddy.

Description

This trail starts from the end of Mountain Cove Road in Military Reserve Park, and connects all the way to Rocky Canyon Road.

The name "Three Bears" supposedly comes from a description of the 3 sustained and steep climbs that are found on this trail. It's all ride-able in both directions, but you'd better have your legs and lungs on board for the way up!

There are enough rocks to keep this trail interesting, but not much that you can't just roll right over.

As with most of the trails in the lower foothills, get an early start if it's going to be a hot day, as there isn't much shade.

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Oct 8, 2018
Wayne Lotoza
Fun fun
Sep 24, 2018
Val Ellwein
Aug 3, 2018
Sarah Hirschi
Lots of flat tired 6.3mi
Mar 24, 2018
Curtis Pariera
2.5mi
Oct 20, 2017
Conner B
Fun ride over the Three Bears. You really use your shocks and get off of your seat a lot. 5mi
Oct 17, 2017
Ryan ONeil
May 20, 2017
Wylie Adams
Blast descending. 5mi
May 8, 2017
Gordy Shields

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  4.3 from 14 votes

#3399

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#189

in Idaho

#3,399

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