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Climb and descend into the high peaks of the Smokys.


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Map Key

6.6

Miles

10.5

KM

Singletrack

8,767' 2,672 m

High

6,666' 2,032 m

Low

2,308' 704 m

Up

1,670' 509 m

Down

12%

Avg Grade (7°)

45%

Max Grade (24°)

Dogs Off-leash

E-Bikes Unknown

The pass is snow bound until July and trees are usually cut out by mid-July.

Description

From its beginnings at a junction with South Fork Lime Creek, this trail climbs gently for a little while and pops you into some challenging terrain.

This trail goes over Boardman Pass and does not really make it easy. It is recommended to hit this trail early in the season since it will be less loose and easier to climb. You basically climb over a small pass before the big pass. It is certainly worth the downhill and can make a nice large loop. There will be lots of lung busters thrown in to keep you on your toes.

If you can work out a larger loop and use Boardman Creek to access the trail and climb in the reverse direction, then this can be a good way to approach the trail. The only problem with this route is the large commitment.

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Chris Cook

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#158

in Idaho

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