Razorback Ridge

Total Miles
3.8

Elevation

1,869.02 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

5

Moderate

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This trail is commonly known to locals as Razorback Ridge, due to the lone ridge with a knife's edge summit you will drive below. It runs through uneven, rocky BLM ground in high desert sagebrush. Often frequented by many different types of wild game, this is a favorite of hunters and offroaders alike. High clearance is required due to the rocky uneven nature of the trail.

Difficulty

This trail is on par for the area. It's passable in any high clearance 4x4 or SxS, although it is a rough slow slow-going trail for the majority of the trail. Loose rocks and deep ruts caused by heavy runoff are common, although they generally do not require a spotter. ATVs and dirt bikes will have no problem even for novice riders, although some caution should be taken.

History

This trail is traditionally used by ranchers and hunters.

Technical Rating

5

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

Travel west from Bancroft, Idaho, on old Highway 30. Turn west onto North Canyon Road, and travel approximately 3 miles up the trail to the North Canyon Cattle Guard.

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