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blueBlack Chukar Butte

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Trail

4.1 mile 6.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 181' 55 m
Descent: -645' -197 m
High: 3,676' 1,120 m
Low: 3,121' 951 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 12% (7°)

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Trail shared by Chris Wandervans

Ponds and singletrack!

Chris Wandervans

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Description

This trail begins off Sweet Sweet Connie and climbs and descends over to Hidden Springs. You'll begin with a traversing climb on easy terrain before entering some extensive rock gardens. Keep an eye out as you pick your way through the rocks, eventually you'll come upon a pond! Stop and take in the amazing little pond in the foothills.

You'll then climb a little more before cresting onto the ridge. The trail becomes doubletrack for a short ways before turning into a fun twisty and flowy singletrack trail that bounces up and down on the contour line.

This trail can be ridden in either direction and is an excellent option for finishing up Sweet Sweet Connie.

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Check-Ins

Jun 9, 2018
Rick Stratton
Sep 4, 2017
Alex Hackett
Aug 5, 2017
P.M. SCHNEIDAU
Red Tail + Chuckar Butte from Hidden Springs trailhead parking lot 11.2mi
Aug 2, 2017
Tracy Melbihess
First ride 3mi
Jun 18, 2017
Charlie Johnson
Apr 30, 2017
Jesse Rundle
Sep 12, 2016
Gary Wilson
9.5mi — 3h 30m
Jul 16, 2016
Gordy Shields
4.1mi

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  4.4 from 16 votes

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#13

in Idaho

#635

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