Tin Cup Creek

Total Miles


1342.49 ft


0.5 Hours

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Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

This trail is an easy, grated gravel and dirt run. You wouldn't ever think this neat area was here. The turn for the trail is right in the cute town of Darby. It begins running through private property and signs, asking everyone to please travel slowly. Once the trail is out of private property, an offshoot on the left leads out to dispersed camping in the trees. A bit of a mountain view can be seen through the trees. The trail eventually turns and crosses a wooden bridge and Tin Cup Creek. Just passed the bridge is a turnaround, a parking area, a couple of fire rings, and the Tin Cup Hiking Trailhead. There is also foot access to the creek. It's shaded by trees and a nice area to play in the water. There is some cell service in and out along the way and closer to town.


Generally two vehicles wide, some potholes and lots of washboard

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