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Bob's Trail

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 4.4 (22)

The most technical descent in the lower foothills.


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Map Key

1.6

Miles

2.6

KM

Singletrack

3,609' 1,100 m

High

3,115' 949 m

Low

3' 1 m

Up

498' 152 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

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Description

A great mountain bike descent! Rocky and technical, with some fun flowy sections with bermed turns thrown in for good measure. Pick your lines right on this one!

This trail tends to be much less crowded than Hulls, so it may be a better option on those beautiful Saturday mornings when everyone and their mom (and dog) is out for a trail run or hike.

Access the top of the trail from Corrals Trail. Towards the bottom you have the option to take the 8th street cutoff to climb back to 8th street, or you can continue to the end which deposits in a neighborhood from which you can ride back to town via paved roads.

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Cory Harelson

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  4.4 from 22 votes

#510

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  4.4 from 22 votes
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#7

in Idaho

#510

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The infamous Bob's rocks - keep your weight back!
Sep 9, 2016 near Boise, ID
Corner of Bob's and Corrals
Sep 12, 2014 near Boise, ID

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Aug 31, 2020
Bo Wilmer
May 1, 2020
Amanda Patrino
2.4mi
May 2, 2019
Conner B
The trail is completely dry besides creek crossings, which are up to 1 foot deep. 20.7mi
Mar 23, 2019
Philip Baker
7.7mi — 1h 13m
Oct 18, 2018
Steve Baker
First ride, includes Corrals, Urban Connector and Highlands. 12.6mi — 2h 33m
Jun 18, 2018
Kelsey Webster
Dry, lots of rock obstacles and loose stones
Jul 23, 2016
Gordy Shields
1.6mi
May 4, 2016
Aaron Currin