Best SUV in Idaho

Trying to find the best SUV in Idaho? Bivy has great hiking, biking, paddling, climbing, skiing, riding and more, with hand-curated trail maps, as well as detailed driving directions.

1

Idaho, Valley County

00 :23 hrs
2.1 mi
76.99194 ft
Unknown

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.

2

Idaho, Boise County

00 :58 hrs
4.8 mi
- ft
Unknown

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.

3

Idaho, Lemhi County

01 :46 hrs
9.3 mi
794.48193 ft
Unknown

North River Face Road traverses the 2014 Mustang Complex Fire to Sheepeater Point. You will have awesome views of the canyon and the Beaverhead Mountains. It is a multi-use trail open to both OHVs, and hiking, biking, and etc. It is easy to follow and well maintained.

4

Idaho, Gem County

00 :03 hrs
0.3 mi
28.649048 ft
Unknown

Located in Boise national Forest, this spur is located off Sagehen Reservoir Road. The trail is a flat forest service road with a few pot holes and ruts. There are no major obstacles and can be done in stock SUVs. Dispersed camping is available.

5

Idaho, Boise County

00 :15 hrs
1.4 mi
165.97205 ft
Unknown

This route follows a narrow trail along the creek but is very overgrown and not really suitable for a newer car. It connects with West Fork Aspen Creek. There are a few tricky spots that are washed out so high clearance is recommended. Best suited for UTVs, and ATVs.

6

Idaho, Valley County

00 :04 hrs
0.4 mi
27.297974 ft
Unknown

Located in the Boise National Forest, this spur is located off Sagehen Reservoir Road. There is a scenic meadow that is great for watching wildlife. You’ll find an occasional muddy pot hole but it is an easy trail suitable for stock SUVs.

7

Idaho, Boise County

00 :13 hrs
1.1 mi
- ft
Unknown

Quarry Mountain Road is located on BLM land and follows a well maintained dirt road. It can be slick and muddy during wet weather but is suitable for 2WD vehicles in dry conditions. There are no major obstacles and the trail gets narrow near the end. Hunters frequent this area often. Dispersed camping is available.

8

Idaho, Lemhi County

00 :53 hrs
4.8 mi
536.51807 ft
Unknown

Granite Mountain Road connects Ditch Creek Road to Highway 98. It follows a dirt road that is steep and climbs steadily. It is suitable for stock SUV but has some ruts and potholes. The road accesses other rides in the area.

9

Idaho, Lemhi County

00 :47 hrs
4 mi
141.82898 ft
Unknown

Hughes Creek Road follows a dirt and gravel road and is accessed off Highway 93. It is suitable for stock SUVs and open to hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. It is mostly used as an access trail to other trails.

10

Idaho, Valley County

00 :59 hrs
5.1 mi
115.63806 ft
Unknown

West Mountain Trail is located in Boise National Forest a few miles south and east of Sagehen Reservoir. The trail surface is hard-packed gravel and has no major obstacles. A 2WD vehicle is suitable during dry weather. Dispersed camping is available throughout.

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