Sanford and Son

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Trail

18.4 Miles 29.6 Kilometers


95%

Singletrack

2,521' 768 m

Ascent

-2,518' -767 m

Descent

3,979' 1,213 m

High

2,801' 854 m

Low

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

Unknown

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See the best of both Hulls Gulch and Military Reserve with this grinder.

Tyler Zundel

Overview

Classic Boise MTB - park and climb!

This one has plenty of up and down action. Huffing up a singletrack hill or bombing down the same, this one has both.

Need To Know

Basic Boise foothills singletrack. On hot days make sure you have plenty water. Always cede the right of way to the uphill riders.

Description

Start at the Hull's Gulch Interpretive Center and go up Owl's Roost #37. A right onto Kestrel Trail will take you up to Crestline Trail. Take it to Sidewinder, then do Fat Tire Traverse, down Freestone Ridge, then back up the short lower section of Three Bears. Here is the first of 2 run down properties - Fred Sanford's place possibly. Climb this smooth trail up to Shane's Trail and do the clockwise loop. Drop back down on Bucktail Trail and down to the bottom of the canyon. Go left and down for a short distance until it's time to go up the Military Reserve Connection trail.

As you're huffing up that lovely trail, look down to the right to see the 2nd of the run down places, ostensibly Lamont's this time. Up the connector to Crestline Trail again. Head up Crestline Trail and try to beat your time up the short Kestrel hill up the trail a bit. Continue on Crestline Trail all the way to Lower Hulls Gulch Trail. Now take it in and roll down this sweet intermediate trail. When you arrive back at the interpretive center be sure to go across 8th street and go up Chickadee Ridge Loop - drop back down into the parking lot and you're done!

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Land Manager: Ridges to Rivers

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