Tyndall Creek Trail

  

Tyndall Creek Trail (107) - This is a single-track, 10-mile out and back trail that hits attractive meadows at each end. 

The trail starts across from the lot and park at the trailhead, which includes a vault toilet and dispersed camping sites.

The trail starts across the road from the trailhead. Be aware that this trail is also open to motorcycle use.

General Information

Directions:

Tyndall Creek Trail (107) - This is a single-track, 10-mile out and back trail that hits attractive meadows at each end. 

To get there, drive 22 miles up Warm Lake Road and turn right at the Stolle Meadows sign.

Drive approximately 6 miles on Forest Road 474 and park in the lot.

The trail starts across from the lot and park at the trailhead, which includes a vault toilet and dispersed camping sites.

The trail starts across the road from the trailhead. Be aware that this trail is also open to motorcycle use.


Directions:

From Cascade, Idaho, travel about 0.5 miles north along State Highway 55 to the intersection with Forest Highway 22, also known as the Warm Lake Highway. 

Travel 22 miles along Warm Lake Road and turn right at the Stolle Meadows sign.

Drive approximately 6 miles on Forest Service (FS) Road 474 and park in the lot.

The trail starts across from the lot and park at the trailhead, which includes a vault toilet and dispersed camping sites.


General Notes:

The Tyndall / Vulcan Trailhead is a three-acre site with restroom and 5 dispersed campsites. It serves the Vulcan Hot Springs (#072), Tyndall Creek (#107) and Wewukiye (#252) trails.


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Mountain bike along this is a single-track, 10-mile out and back trail that hits attractive meadows at each end. 

General Info:

Directions

Tyndall Creek Trail (107) - This is a single-track, 10-mile out and back trail that hits attractive meadows at each end. 

To get there, drive 22 miles up Warm Lake Road and turn right at the Stolle Meadows sign.

Drive approximately 6 miles on Forest Road 474 and park in the lot.

The trail starts across from the lot and park at the trailhead, which includes a vault toilet and dispersed camping sites.

The trail starts across the road from the trailhead. Be aware that this trail is also open to motorcycle use.



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Location

 
  Latitude : 
44.57378

  Longitude : 
-115.684

  Elevation : 
5500 - 6600

 



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