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48 – Winter Camp

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Coordinates: 42.55367, -115.50555
Elevation: 3974 ft
Difficulty: 3
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Ed Torrey

I had to get this one before it gets any hotter. I took the harder way in over the edge. its easier to come in from the North along the creek.

What bike did you take?
KTM890
Ride Difficulty (1 to 5)
3
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FW190Pilot

Second time to this place since March. Interesting place…….I’d like to know more history on who “founded” it and why. The creek was running pretty good today. I wonder if it’s like that all the time. Rated it a 3 since that’s what the rating for it is, but honestly today it was pretty easy. Weather and traffic could change my thinking though.

What bike did you take?
KTM 350 EXCF
Ride Difficulty (1 to 5)
3
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Idabiker

Compared to Indian Hot Springs, this one is easy to get to. I was glad to get back here and make the climb out to the main road as the sun was setting and it was getting dark!

What bike did you take?
KLR 650 2008
Ride Difficulty (1 to 5)
1
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chatty

Easy 3 because of one hill before you get to winter camp. We did this as a part of an out-and-back to Indian Hot Springs from Bruneau Canyon Overlook.

What bike did you take?
beta 390 RRS
Ride Difficulty (1 to 5)
3
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Justin Wilke

Rode in from Bruneau and went through the ranch after signing in. The gravel road between the pavement and the turn off to Bruneau Canyon Overlook is very loose. The last bit of trail is more like a 2.5, but all those annoying gates make it a 3, lol.

What bike did you take?
DR650
Ride Difficulty (1 to 5)
3
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BobbyRay208

We started at the gravel pit south Bruneau. It’s on the left side near the end of the pavement on hotsprings road. We rode I. From the north side passing though the ranch. There is a water truck fill station that is out on the main road that we turned onto that took us in that way. They have a trail cam set up at the fench and a mail box with cards for singing in. We passed though the ranch and to winter camp location. There are a few gates along this route.

What bike did you take?
03 DRZ 400e
Ride Difficulty (1 to 5)
1
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englund

Did a loop through Winter camp then Indian Hot Springs.

What bike did you take?
DR650
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