Hill 36 OHV - 3598

Total Miles


1,229.82 ft


0.5 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This is an easy alpine ATV trail through a pine forest near Marble Creek, Idaho. It's mostly wide and flat with some gradual curves in the beginning, then goes on a shelf ledge above the forest for the second half. The second half goes through more overgrown grass and low branches that you have to watch your head on. It ends when it goes into a dense forest of trees at a dead end. There are a couple camp sites on the way that could be convenient if you are camping off an ATV or dirt bike. A couple big logs have been cut throughout the trail, but it has potential for lots of downfall that hasn't been cut in early spring and summer. Small tree branches will likely be sticking out over the trail. There is one narrow section that has reflector posts on the side to warn of a drop off. Overall its easy and good for part of a scenic trail ride. The surface of the trail is a decomposed granite gravel that makes it loose on the corners. It crosses the Price Peak singletrack several times so can be used as a bail out off of that trail.


Easy ATV trail through forest that is flat with no challenges, but has potential for uncut logs.

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