Blackriver Bottoms

Total Miles
10.3

Elevation

284.25 ft

Duration

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Technical Rating

4

Moderate

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Mostly dirt and muddy roads with some gravel sand bars, water crossings, and a few obstacles. There are some tight turns through the hills along the Black River with very scenic views. In all weather conditions, there are rocks to climb, mud holes to play in, and lots of side trails to explore. There is a lot of SXS traffic in this area.

Photos of Blackriver Bottoms

Blackriver Bottoms
Blackriver Bottoms
Blackriver Bottoms

Difficulty

during wet weather it could be flooded down by the river a few deep mudhole that can be navigated around

Technical Rating

4

Status Reports

Chris Menz
Apr 28, 2024
1999 Jeep Cherokee
Open
Normal
Muddy/Wet
Black River water levels are up adding to the thrill of the area! Get ready for more feature trails, they are coming! Remember to stick to the green marked routes and stay out of the Black River's water, and have fun.
Chris Menz
Apr 20, 2024
1999 Jeep Cherokee
Open
Normal
Dusty
The Bottoms are constantly being maintained and slowly becoming more set in stone by the Corps, this has came in the form of Green and Red markers saying where you can (Green) and can't (Red) go. Follow them, don't start new trails, and stay out of black river water, outside that, explore to your hearts content.
Joel Mitchell
Mar 30, 2024
4x4
Open
Normal
Nice trail. I drove my 2" lifted JKU with 34" tires and went with a stock JL and stock JT Gladitor as well. No issues or scraping. I did not disconnect and got on three wheels a couple times but would not have had I disconnected. Trail was tight in 2 spots, but the JT Gladiator Made it through just fine. We only saw a handful of UTV's on the trail . We didn't do any of the side trails this time, they did look more difficult.
Bruce Morgan
Feb 10, 2024
2020 Jeep Gladiator
Open
Normal
Loved this trail, there is some signs up that make it look like its closed at a water crossing, however if you look to the left you can see the trail continues, a good portion of this has been freshly graded/bladed.

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