East Boulder (114) Details
This non-motorized single track trail was constructed as a pack trail probably in the 1930's. It makes a great single track mountain bike trail and can be ridden in either direction, although it is a challenging climb in areas. The trail leaves the Stormy Peak Road (023) at the 6,640 foot elevation and goes up the East Boulder Creek drainage and climbs up to meet the Haystack-Stormy Peak trail in four miles at the 8,200 foot level west of the Point Of Rocks. There has been historic mining activity in the East Boulder Creek area and you will probably see some of the remnant's near the trail if you are observant. The trail goes through mature lodge pole pine forests which have been attacked by the mountain pine beetle causing heavy mortality. There may be heavy downfall if the trail hasn't been cleared recently. The lower end of the trail crosses East Boulder Creek, therefor you may get your feet wet earlier in the season.
Access points are the Stormy Peak Road Crosses East Boulder Creek at the Bridge on the lower end and just west of Point of Rocks on the Haystack-Stormy Peak Trail on the upper end. The trail was not signed on either end.
Local Trail AssociationSalmon Idaho Mountain Bike Association (www.ridesalmon.com)
More Stats for East Boulder (114) mountain bike trail
Altitude change1,581 ft
Altitude min1.3 miles
Altitude start1.3 miles
Altitude end1.6 miles
Distance climb2.3 miles
Distance down1,868 ft
Distance flat1.4 miles
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East Boulder (114) Trail Reports
Jun 30, 2016 @ 10:21amJun 30, 2016
|The upper southwestern .75 mile of trail needs to be cleared yet. Significant downfall. The lower 3.25 miles were cleared on 6/28/2016. The...|
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