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Elephant Rock Loop #23A

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

0.5 mile 0.9 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 124' 38 m
Descent: -66' -20 m
High: 2,934' 894 m
Low: 2,810' 857 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 16% (9°)

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A short climb to warm you up for the nearby trails.

Jonathan DeLeon Guerrero

Electric Mountain Bikes Not Allowed

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ADA Accessible OPDMD E-Bike allowed with city permit. (ADA)

Family Friendly Easy up. Rock structure is cool to see.

Need to Know

Easily missed entrance. It’s on your left BEFORE the cemetery when heading up the fire road.

Description

This is a short “lollipop” loop located near all the more ridden Military Reserve Trails. Elephant Rock is named for the big rock at the top that resembles an Elephant. People try to ride up and down it.

The climb might not be for first timers due to its steepness and very slight technical section. The sand around the Elephant Rock is very deep and loose. The downhill section is real narrow singletrack that sometimes gets even tighter when the grass is not maintained.

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Land Manager: Ridges to Rivers

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Elephant Rock
Jun 25, 2019 near Boise, ID
Elephant Rock Loop looking over Boise.
Jun 25, 2019 near Boise, ID

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