Driveway Route

The trail begins on an old logging road on the north side of the Corral Creek. Good camping spots are available at this point. The first seven miles of Trail #431 Driveway east are gently sloping with short steep stretches at creek drainages. Trail #431 intersects Trail #315 where it continues south into the Gospel-Hump Wilderness. Trail #431 Driveway continues east to Sourdough Lookout.

At a Glance

Fees: No Fee.
Restrictions: Some trails lead into the Gospel-Hump Wilderness. Use of motorized vehicles and equiptment is prohibited in Wilderness areas.
Information Center: Salmon River Ranger District, 208-839-2211

General Information

Directions: From the east end of Grangeville, turn south on the Grangeville Salmon Road. Follow the road left at the drive-in theater toward the small town of Mt. Idaho. Continue on the Mt. Idaho Grade, and junction with State Highway 14 headed toward Elk City. Travel 18 miles to the Hungry Ridge Road #309. Folllow Road #309 for 20 miles to Corral Creek. The trail begins on an old logging raod on the north side of the creek.


Day Hiking

Seven miles gently sloping.


Seven miles of gently sloping ground.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities