Wyoming-Fir Creek Trail

  

Lowman RD - Wyoming - Fir Creek Trail

Wyoming-Fir Creek Trail - The Trail provides the only motorized trail in the Bear Valley area.

Most of the trail was burned in the Red Mountain Fire in 2006. Trail users should expect to encounter multiple trees across the trail as a result of this fire.

A loop for motorcyclists can be made by combing this trail with NF Road 579.

After leaving the trailhead, the trail crosses Fir Creek and then begins to ascend to a ridge where it intersects with the Gates Creek Trail (#016).

From this point the trail drops into the Wyoming Creek drainage and follows the creek down into Bear Valley and back to NF Road 579.

This trail can be combined with the Gates Creek Trail (#016) to access the Kirkham Ridge Trail (#144). However, most of the Gates Creek Trail burned in 2006, and could have numerous trees across the trail.

At a Glance

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Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Lowman, Idaho
Water: None

General Information

Directions:

From Lowman, proceed north on Hwy 21 for 35 miles to NF Road 579 (Landmark-Stanley Road). Turn left and go approximately 5½ miles to the Fir Creek trailhead on the left hand side of the road.


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Activities


Bicycling

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Mountain Biking

8.2 miles long; This trail can be combined with the Gates Creek Trail (#016) to access the Kirkham Ridge Trail (#144). However, most of the Gates Creek Trail burned in 2006, and could have numerous trees across the trail.
Difficulty Level: Difficult

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Horse Riding & Camping

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
8.2 Miles

  Latitude : 
44.2341

  Longitude : 
-115.1743

  Elevation : 
6440 - 6699

 



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