Best Off Road in Idaho

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Idaho, Clearwater County

02 :11 hrs
30.3 mi
708.56995 ft

Granite Pass Snowmobiling Area is a pretty long trail that winds back and forth through the forest. There is a free designated parking area. The trail is regularly groomed from about December to April. The trail also connects with lots of other trails in the area that can be explored.


Idaho, Missoula County

01 :19 hrs
6.1 mi
645.522 ft

Elk Meadows Snowmobiling Area starts out as a 9 mile trail that leads to a large network of trails. There is plenty of room for exploring and parking throughout the area. All of the trails are Intermittently groomed by the Missoula Snowgoers from December to April.


Idaho, Idaho County

01 :24 hrs
14.1 mi
178.2799 ft

Lolo Snowmobiling Area consists of many great trails. Mapped here is the main loop, but there are plenty of other trails throughout the area for exploring. All trails throughout the area are groomed intermittently by the Missoula Snowgoers from December to April.


Idaho, Shoshone County

02 :46 hrs
28.3 mi
479.52393 ft

Fish Hatchery Snowmobiling Area can be driven as both a loop as well as a one way track. The trail is groomed regularly by the Montana Night Riders. Grooming season is from December to March. The area is heavily wooded but well maintained. Parking and riding is free.


Idaho, Boise County

00 :58 hrs
4.8 mi
- ft

Wash Creek is located in the Boise National Forest about 1 hour from Boise. The trail follows a hard-packed forest service road that is maintained and suitable for 2WD vehicles. There are a few trails that spur off for more exploring.


Idaho, Valley County

01 :23 hrs
7.3 mi
406.31995 ft

Beginning from the Yellow Jacked Staging Area, the Telephone Ridge Trail wanders through a thick forest. There is a mix of singletrack as well as some wider trails to accommodate all off-roader vehicles. There is no fee to ride but a spark arresting exhaust or end cap is required and there is a 96db noise limit. A maximum of 50 inches or less is permitted.


Idaho, Elmore County

00 :28 hrs
2.8 mi
776.902 ft

Swanholm Lookout is located near Featherville in the Boise Mountains. It follows a doubletrack trail to Swanholm Lookout. It is a multi-use trail open to mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and ATVs.


Idaho, Valley County

00 :23 hrs
2.1 mi
76.99194 ft

This trail is located in the Boise National Forest just south of the area Sagehen Reservoir. The road is mostly gravel with an obstacle at the creek that has some off-camber spots. A stock SUV with high clearance and 4 low is recommended. Watch for free-range cattle and other wildlife. Dispersed camping is available.


Idaho, Hailey

09 :31 hrs
86 mi
1118.9159 ft

Ride from Ketchum to Hailey via Smoky Bar


Idaho, Bonner County

01 :15 hrs
6.3 mi
68.731995 ft

Trail 12 is part of the Priest Lake Area and follows a groomed trail that is surrounded by breathtaking scenery. There are several other trails to explore in the area. Snowmobile owners are legally obligated to number their snowmobiles by November 1. Watch for and yield to groomers along the trail.

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