If you are a downhiller, this is the trail. It starts at 9,000 feet and ends at about 5,000 feet. It kicks some major ass. You need a good full-suspension bike with even better tires. Make sure to bring your tools and extra tubes. It can get pretty gnarly in some spots. There is a lot of traffic from other bikers and hikers too. You can ride up, but is a lot more fun to take the chairlift up. You have to buy a lift pass for like $15. That pass allows you to ride the chair up again and do the trail again in the same day. If you want to burn up your calves and tire your arms this will definetly do it.
How to get there:
Go into Ketchum and go to Sturto's and get a couple passes. You will have to buy a pass, but it is good for the whole day. From Sturto's you can leave your car and ride towards the mountain. You can't miss the mountain it is the town. If you have any questions ask for Dien or Moses at Sturtos and they will show you around.
For those of you that don't know how to get to Ketchum you can fly into Boise and take the freew