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Rock Creek Trail

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

1.2 mile 2.0 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 125' 38 m
Descent: -55' -17 m
High: 3,225' 983 m
Low: 3,141' 957 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 10% (6°)

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Fun trail with flowy hills and view of the south canyon wall.

Tony Blankers

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This trail starts at the fork of Sam’s Edge and Blue Gill Pond Trail and follows the south rim of the plan with good views of the irrigation channel. Nice rock features and more technical flowy drops can be found here. This also connects nicely into the Acid Trail for a nice return ride from the west end of the park. It should be passable by most beginners, but may need to take some features slower.

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in Auger Falls

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in Idaho

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Hitting a berm on the flow trail
Mar 27, 2019 near Jerome, ID
Small tabletop jumps are spread throughout Tristan's Trail. The is the perfect place for beginners to learn to jump!
Dec 27, 2015 near Filer, ID

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