The Danskin Mountain OHV trail system is an epic network of single track and two track dirtbike and ATV trails southeast of Boise, Idaho. Trail conditions range from loose to hard pack with the most difficult trails consisting of steep slopes and large rocks. Some of the single track trails require experience to navigate through extremely rocky sections and creek crossings. Advanced enduro maneuvers, such as pivot turns and wheelies, may be necessary. Click to view map.
The route to Atlanta from Featherville is more of an adventure than a challenge. The well maintained route will take you through Rocky Bar, a small hamlet of not more than five or six rustic dwellings. The population ranges between 0 and 10. A sign at the crossroads is updated daily to give the current population. Read more.
These single track trails near pristine Priest Lake offer a good challenge for those looking for more than just playing in the water. Tight switchbacks, stream crossings, and the occasional fallen tree make these trails a lot fun. Trail conditions are mostly smooth, hard pack, with the occasional rut; however, some sections are laced with tall tree roots and large rocks. Once you're done, head down to the lake to cool off. Click to view map.
This scenic loop begins west of Paris, Idaho, which is just minutes away from Bear Lake, and takes you through the heart of the Bear River Mountains. The majority of the trail is smooth, level, hardpack. But as you get closer to Bloomington Peak, the trail narrows and becomes slightly more difficult. Rocks, ruts, and roots may slow your progress. Click to view map.
The Rock Creek OHV Trails System is located south of Twin Falls, Idaho in the Sawtooth National Forest. Dirtbike and ATV trails hug mountain sides and follow ridgelines. Trail conditions range from smooth hardpack to more difficult conditions that consist or large rocks and roots. Click to view map.