319

Total Miles
1.7

Elevation

1,367.30 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

Single track #319 is a ridge line trail in the Danskin Mountain Range of the Boise National Forest with several steep hill climbs and descents. From the south end, it side-hills across the bottom of a grassy green meadow before climbing up to the top of a green grassy hill and descending back down. It's very similar to many of the other ridge line trails in the area where the climbs are steep, but not too difficult. It sometimes has embedded surface rock and brake bumps in the trail, which make the steep parts a bit more like little stair steps. There are lots of whoops on the top of the ridge line. This trail in particular is pretty wide and not too narrow. Most of the trail is through a dry low alpine terrain with few trees and lots of ground brush, but on the north end, it drops into a meadow with a swampy creek overflowing through the grass, where you can access trails #400 and #421, which are more technical trails at the bottom of the valley. It also crosses an intersection with #560 about halfway through the trail, which is another ridge line trail.

Difficulty

This is an easy ridge line trail with steep hill climbs and descents.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

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Access Description

The Danskin Trail System covers 60,000 acres and 150 miles of off-road trails in a high desert mountainous terrain. There are three staging areas. Bender Creek Trailhead on the north end, Willow Creek Trailhead on the east end, and Three Point Mountain Trailhead on the west end. This is a very popular riding area, but the trails are so expansive that even when the parking lots are full, you may not run into many people while out riding. The summer is likely very hot and dusty here, so the trails are best in spring and late fall.

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