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Deer Point Trail (91)

 4.3 (8)

2.2 Miles 3.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

715' 218 m

Ascent

-21' -6 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

6,903' 2,104 m

High

6,208' 1,892 m

Low

Shared By Chris Wandervans

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A great trail for beginners and intermediate riders to access Deer Point.

Chris Wandervans

Dogs Unknown

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Snow will remain on the trail until late May.

Description

A great ride from Simplot lodge to a saddle near the deer point chairlift. The trail also allows access to many of the Bogus trails. The grades are all mellow and there is ample shade and water along the ride so it is a great way to escape the heat in town.

The trail is well signed and can get dusty towards the end of the season. Once at the top of Deerpoint you can continue up and hook onto the elk mountain trail or traverse over to Shindig Trail (92) for a fun downhill.

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Jul 25, 2018
Turhan Jackson
Jul 8, 2018
Andy Kowles
May 29, 2018
Kelsey Webster
Some soft spots, great ride. Some wildflowes
Aug 2, 2017
Rob Adams
Jun 18, 2017
Robby Milo
Aug 4, 2016
michelle sullivan
2.2mi — 18h 00m
Jul 3, 2016
Gordy Shields
2.2mi
May 29, 2016
Gordy Shields
2.2mi

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  4.3 from 8 votes

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Bogus Basin's trails are terribly underrated, but can be popular throughout the summer. Get onto the trail early to enjoy the most flow with the fewest people. It's still a good ride even on a busy day which, if the lifts aren't running, tops out at only a few people anyway. Feb 7, 2015

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