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GRAND TARGHEE RESORT SUMMER TRAIL SYSTEM 2009

GRAND TARGHEE RESORT TRAIL SYSTEM

HIKING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, DOWNHILL BIKING & HORSEBACK TRAILS

ELEVATION CHANGE

DIFFICULTY

TIME

DISTANCE

TRAIL

LEAST DIFFICULT HIKES (Less than 2 hours + 200 foot climb)

50 feet 100 feet

Easy Moderate

0.5 hour 1-2 hours

0.5 miles 2-4 miles

7 - Nature Trail 1 - Ricks Basin

LEAST DIFFICULT RIDES (Less than 4 hours + 300 foot climb)

200 feet 300 feet 300 feet

Moderate Moderate + Moderate

1.5 hours 3 hours 1 hour

4.3 miles 6.9 miles 2.5 miles

1 - Ricks Basin 2 - Quakie Ridge 3 - Bike Loop

MODERATE HIKES (2 hours + up to 500 foot climb)

400 feet 500 feet 300 feet 1900 feet 500 feet

Moderate Moderate Moderate Moderate Moderate

1 hour 2 hours 1 hour 2 hours 2.5 hours

2 miles 2.5 miles 2.5 miles 2.8 miles 4.6 miles

6 - Valley Overlook* 4 - Mary’s Saddle*‡ 3 - Bike Loop 5 - Teton Vista Down‡ 11 - Lightning Peak‡

MODERATE RIDES (up to 2 hours + up to 2000 foot climb)

1400 feet

Moderate +

2 hours

6 miles

10 - Mill Creek Trail

MORE DIFFICULT HIKES (3 hours + over 500 foot climb)

300 feet 1900 feet 1800 feet 1700 feet 2000 feet

Moderate + Difficult Moderate + Moderate + Moderate +

4 hours 3 hours 4 hours 4 hours 3 hours

6.9 miles 2.8 miles 5.5 miles 2.5 miles 2.6 miles

2 - Quakie Ridge 5 - Teton Vista Traverse Up‡ 9 - Peaked Peak‡ Teton Canyon Overlook Bannock Trail*

MORE DIFFICULT RIDES (15 minutes to 1 hour descent + up to 2000 foot descent)

1900 feet

Blue Rated - Intermediate to Advanced Riders

2 hours

3.9 miles

12 - Sidewinder

ADVANCED & EXPERT RIDES (15 minutes to 1 hour descent + highly technical downhill)

1900 feet 1900 feet

Single Black Diamond - Advanced & Expert Riders Only Double Black Diamond - Expert Riders Only

2 hours 2 hours

1.6 miles 1.1 miles

Sticks ‘N Stones Buffalo Drop

* Hiking Only Trails. Closed to Biking. Check with Resort Naturalist for more information on hikes. ‡ May be closed for construction. Please check with Activities Center for trail status.

BIKERS YIELD TO EVERYONE. EVERYONE YIELDS TO HORSES. WHEN YOU COME UPON HORSES ON THE TRAIL, PLEASE STOP AND STEP 5 FEET OFF THE TRAIL TO GIVE THE HORSES RIGHT-OF-WAY. THANK YOU.

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