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Oregon Trail (Bonneville Point)

 3.8 (4)

6.7 Miles 10.8 Kilometers


Doubletrack

924' 282 m

Ascent

-156' -48 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

3,890' 1,186 m

High

3,022' 921 m

Low

Shared By Joseph States

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Joseph States

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Description

This is just a short section of the trail that is still accessible to the public. You can start from highway 21 or take the Blacks Creek Exit off I-84 to Bonneville Point. Just like the pioneers of old, you may find mud and other hardships along the way. There are trail markers as well as grave markers. Please respect them all.

For more trail to the north, cross Highway 21 and ride Oregon Trail #103. The trail to the south is very segmented and consists of mostly county road and or long dead-end driveways most of the way to Mountain Home, ID. Take water with you even on cool days as the dry breezes can dehydrate you rather quickly even on cool days. Make sure to detour up to Bonneville Point and get some history installed in your helmet too.

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Jul 1, 2018
Craig Durham
Jul 1, 2018
Josh Green
The trail has spots so overgrown you can't even find it. We stopped at the hill up to the bluff and turned around and went elsewhere.
Jun 16, 2018
Kyle McLaughlin
2.7mi
Jun 7, 2018
Ridge Hainsworth
May 3, 2017
Joseph States
Just part of an 8 mile loop from Foote Park 2mi
Nov 13, 2016
Ben Bothman
11.6mi — 1h 45m
Oct 16, 2016
Matthew Jones

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  3.8 from 4 votes

#12015

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  3.8 from 4 votes
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#558

in Idaho

#12,015

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Josh Green
Boise
Josh Green   Boise
Lower portion of the trail is horribly overgrown to the point of not being able to see it in some places. Jul 9, 2018

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