Idaho Hot Springs Mt Bike Route Set

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Idaho City, ID - Idaho City, ID (745 miles)
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Adventure Cycling Association
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Soak in your choice of 50+ hot springs along this scenic loop amongst rivers and mountains located northeast of Boise. Single track options are shown on the second map in this set.

The Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route guides riders over and through the breathtaking landscape of central Idaho. From blue ribbon trout streams to sub-alpine terrain and cozy mountain towns, riders will pass through some of the most spectacular country the West has to offer, with the opportunity to indulge in the highest concentration of soakable hot springs in North America.

The Main Route Map contains routing for the main dirt road loop, the paved Lowman Cutoff, which divides the main dirt road loop in half, and the Boise Spur, which guides riders to and from the Boise Airport. The narratives for all routing on the Main Route Map are bi-directional.

The Singletrack Options Map contains routing for four unique singletrack options. The Singletrack Options Map is a supplement to the Main Route Map, and you will need to purchase both if choosing to incorporate any of the singletrack offerings into your adventure. The four singletrack options are not bi-directional. If you choose to ride them with the main route, you should go in a counter-clockwise direction.

More information about this route is available here.

(Aug 2015) ATTENTION! On August 7, 2015, President Obama signed into law the creation of three new Wilderness areas in Idaho. One of these new wilderness areas, White Clouds, encompasses trails we mapped as part of the White Cloud Option. The closures are from turn J to turn M which is 6.8 miles, and from turn P to just before turn R which is 8.3 miles. Because people are not allowed to be in possession of a bicycle in any designated wilderness area, this ends access for any bicyclist planning to ride the White Cloud Option.

The Forest Service has begun enforcing the law. If you have questions, call the Sawtooth National Forest Public Affairs Officer Julie Thomas at 208-737-3262 for more information.


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