Hidelburg-Adams loop - Trail, Ketchum, Idaho

Hidelburg-Adams loop - Trail, Ketchum, Idaho

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[Oct 27, 2003]
Brett J
Cross Country Rider

I'd stay off this trail unless you're drinkin beer walking your dog. Hikers everywhere, if you ride in adams you're just hurting the Mtn Biking name. Go to Boise instead

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lots of great road riding, not much mtn biking here.

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[May 25, 2002]
Brett

Great climbs, fun downhills. Watch for switchbacks, ground is always dry, don't skid.

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Same as above, or go from trailhead. Hidelburg way does add some quality climbing.

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Hidelburg-Hulen-Fox Creek. Good climbs, short but sweet downhill.

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[Jun 11, 2002]
Joe Blow

Go farther in to avoid people on foot, dogs, etc.

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I recommend that bikers stay off the Sunny Side trail, which is mentioned above as the trail across the valley once into Adam's Gulch. It's one course of decent if you loop back to the parking area after completing the Shady Side but there are lots of hikers, people walking their dogs on that portion of these trail. Basically, anything within 2 miles of the parking lot is more for hikers than bikers. Best is to cross the creek at the end of Shady and take the first left into the gully toward Griffin Butte and back down the higher trail sort of paralells the lower trail. Or, you can return on the jeep trail but go slow...people walk dogs without leashes, walk children, etc. There is tons of fun stuff back there if you willing to ride 5+...and way fewer hiker/dogs, etc. it connects with Lake Creek. Then when you come back return to the jeep trail to descend to the parking area and or hook back up with the trail that goes over to the Heidelberg (note correct spelling). Again, peddle out a little before starting your knarly decents. These are multi-use trails.

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