Trail Creek Area Trails

  

The Trail Creek Trail System features Corral Creek, Trail Creek, Aspen Loop, and Proctor Mountain Trails. The Proctor Mountain Trail is accessible from Hemingway Memorial and Trail Creek Trailhead. This trail offers a fine view of Bald Mountain and Sun Valley. Near Proctor Mountain Peak the trail passes by the remains of the world's first chair lift. The trail continues on, but travel is not advised. Portions of the Proctor Mountain and Aspen Loop trails cross Sun Valley Company property. Please respect their property by accessing the trails from the Hemingway Memorial and Trail Creek Trailhead. Please avoid private activities taking place at Trail Creek Cabin. Corral creek trail is a rolling walk, or mountain bike ride, through aspen and mixed conifer forests. Trail Creek Trail is accessible for people with disabiities and features views of Trail Creek and Bald Mountain.

General Information

Directions: Drive east from Ketchum on Sun Valley Road for 3 miles (Hemingay Memorial) or 4 mles to the Trail Creek Trailhead. Access the Proctor Mountain Trail from the Hemingway Memorial site. Access the Aspen Loop, Corral Creek and Trail Creek Trails from the Trail Creek Trailhead, just past the Boundary Creek Campground.

Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

The Corral Creek Trail (#325) is an easy 3.5 miles/5.7 km. The Trail Creek Trail (#305 is an easy 1.5 miles/2.4 km. The Aspen Loop Trail is an easy 2.2 miles/3.6 km. The Proctor Moutain Trail Loop is the most difficult of the Corral Creek Trails and is 5 miles/8.1 km.

Areas & Activities


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