Sublett Division

  

The Sublett Division, located east of Idaho interstate 84, is a 90,000 acre expanse of open sagebrush and grass terrain. Pockets of Douglas-fir on northern exposures and open meadows full of wildflowers make it an excellent location to take a scenic drive or a horseback trip. The miles of trails provide year-round opportunities for recreationists. The area is popular with snowmobile enthusiasts in the winter and off-road vehicles riders, hikers, and equestrians in fair weather months. There are approximately 60 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in the winter. In North Heglar Canyon, the Mill Flat Trailhead provides access to numerous trails and old logging roads, providing miles of routes to travel with horses, mountain bikes and all-terrain vehicles. Deer, elk, and moose also can be found in the area.

Activities


Bicycling

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Camping & Cabins

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Fishing

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Hiking

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Backpacking

Recreation areas with activity Backpacking: The Indian Fork/Mill Canyon Trail is 6.2 miles long and is used primarily by ATVs, mountain bikes and horsemen. It ties into the loops of Line Canyon Mud Spring Trail which measures 14.3 miles in length. Line Canyon/Mud Spring Trail is primarily an ATV trail, however it is also enjoyed by horseback riders and mountain bkers. Along with the Indian Fork/Mill Canyon system of trails, this trail makes a long and enjoyable ride for both ATVs, horseback riders, and hikers. The Guard Station Loop is an ATV trail 11.1 miles in length. It is also used by mountain bkers and horseback riders. The Beaverdam/Park Spring Loop Trail is 12.4 mile long. ATV users, mountain and horseback riders enjoy the high country and timber ladden scenery. The (name?) snowmobile trail is approximately 60 miles long. Presently, the trails are not groomed, however they are marked and hazards have been identified.

Day Hiking

Recreation areas with activity Day Hiking: The Indian Fork/Mill Canyon Trail is 6.2 miles long and is used primarily by ATVs, mountain bikes and horsemen. It ties into the loops of Line Canyon Mud Spring Trail which measures 14.3 miles in length. Line Canyon/Mud Spring Trail is primarily an ATV trail, however it is also enjoyed by horseback riders and mountain bkers. Along with the Indian Fork/Mill canyon system of trails, this trail makes a long and enjoyable ride for both ATVs, horseback riders, and hikers. The Guard station Loop is an ATV trail 11.1 miles in length. It is also used by mountain bkers and horseback riders. The Beaverdam/Park Spring Loop Trail is 12.4 mile long. ATV users, mountain and horseback riders enjoy the high country and timber ladden scenery. The (name?) snowmobile trail is approximately 60 miles long. Presently, the trails are not groomed, however they are marked and hazards have been identified.

OHV Riding & Camping

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Picnicking

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Water Activities

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Location

 
  Elevation : 
5200 ft.

 



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