FR 025 - Adams Creek

Total Miles


1822.71 ft


0.75 Hours

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Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

Adams Creek Trail in the Payette National Forest is a picturesque mountain trail that is half of a scenic loop. It's an easy gradual ascent/descent dirt road with scattered primitive campsites along the way. Easy enough for observed large fifth-wheel camper trailers to reach the summit. At the top, on a clear day, you will experience some of the most stunning and expansive views Eastward, looking into Idaho. There are plenty of off-shoot trails to explore and if you continue on FR 024 (Fourth of July Creek), you can continue the loop and eventually end back at the main road. The trail is unmaintained in the winter months and after wet conditions.


This is a dirt or rocky road, typically unmaintained after rain or snow. You may encounter shallow water crossings and obstacles under 12" on the trail, including small ledges. The roads are typically one to two vehicles wide.

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