Kinsey Creek ATV Trail

Total Miles
3.9

Elevation

2,366.10 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The Kinsey Creek ATV trail is a rocky two-track down by a creek that starts at the Deer Creek Trailhead and climbs up to a saddle via a shelfy path. There are a couple of logs and washouts that might make this difficult for an ATV but would be easy for a dirt bike. Right after the trailhead, there is a bunch of avalanche debris that's been cut, but you have to ride over a bunch of wood debris on the ground. The trail has a few stream crossings, one of which has a log halfway across the stream and a washout that would make it tight for an ATV. You can tell that this trail is mostly ridden by dirt bikers and mountain bikers to connect to other trails, based on the way the logs are cut and the higher wear on one side of the trail. Sometimes half of the trail is rutted out. You can take this trail to access the south end of the Wolftone Curran single track, which is a really fun ride.

Difficulty

This is an easy 50-inch trail for dirt bikers with some rocks, but it's harder for ATVs due to logs and washouts.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

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Access Description

The Deer Creek Trailhead is accessed off of Deer Creek Road (National Forest Development Road 097), west of Hailey, Idaho. There is a decent-sized staging area, picnic area, and campgrounds nearby.

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