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Pocatello Pedalfest Racecourse

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Head down South Fork road. Turn left onto Box Canyon Road and follow that for 3 miles up. Take a 90 degree right onto a washed-out single track. Follow this to "burnt tree" intersection and take a right onto the snowmobile trail to Scout Mtn Road. Take the road most of the way up until you get to East Fork Trail (on your left). Take this to Valve house Trail where you stay on this until Windigo single track. Drop back down to the road where you started.
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Latitude
42.73944805837745
Longitude
-112.39425659179687
Trail Directions
Head to the Mink Creek Recreation Area and turn onto south fork road. Take South Fork road until you get to some big open areas for parking (~4 miles).
Trail Length
15.25
Trail Level
Advanced
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Pocatello
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Review Date
October 17, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: Ryan McKnab , from Pocatello, ID

Summary:
This is the race course for the ISU mountain bike club's pocatello Pedalfest. It has varied terrian from rock gardens to hard packed single track to rutted out climbs. This trail has lots of tough climbs and awesome descents. Don't try this until you have some time in the saddle.

Recommended Route:
The route listed is for the race. To cut it short at the "burnt tree" intersection follow the sign to East Fork Trail. This cuts off the Scout Mtn loop and saves ~4 miles.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
For newbies try West Fork, Valve House, or easiest of all Kenny Creek.



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