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Idaho Trail Segment 18

 
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30.1 Miles 48.4 Kilometers


65%

Singletrack

8,727' 2,660 m

Ascent

-8,721' -2,658 m

Descent

7,003' 2,134 m

High

1,659' 506 m

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11%

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54%

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Idaho Trail Singletrack Mountain Segment

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Overview

This ride is the the 17th segment of the Idaho Trail. The Idaho Trail is a mountain bike friendly trail that extends from the Nevada border to Canada. It is a long distance bike packing or bike supported trail. Each of the segments has been divide into what can be accomplished by an average rider in one day of riding. Since conditions can vary please plan for possible delays. Where possible the Idaho Trail follows the Idaho Centennial Trail (ICT), since the ICT was intended as a hiking trail there are deviations for Wilderness Areas and for more Mountain Bike friendly routes.

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The 17th segment of the Idaho Trail

History & Background

The Idaho Trail was created to provide mountain bikers with a long distance trail option similar to the Idaho Centennial Trail.

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