Idaho Backcountry Discovery Route (IDBDR) Map & Information (2023)

Jarbidge Nevada Food & Gas: 41.875502, -115.430672, on the route.

Jarbidge is the official start of the IDBDR.

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Anderson Ranch Reservoir Dam: 43.359746, -115.449492, on the route.

The route goes over the dam on Anderson Ranch Reservoir which can be quite low by the end of the summer. Look for an overlook on the road south of the dam.

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Anderson Ranch Reservoir Access: 43.418785, -115.390084, on the route.

Anderson Ranch Reservoir has many different access points from the road on the north side.

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Pine Food & Gas: 43.48563, -115.31198, on the route.

Pine has a small store, cafe, gas station, motel, and campground.

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Featherville, Idaho: 43.612324, -115.25526, on the route.

Featherville has a small hotel with a restaurant.

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Big Trinity Lake: 43.622756, -115.430678, on the route.

There are several campgrounds on the Trinity Lakes. Big Trinity Lake’s might be the largest.

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Trinity Mountain Fire Lookout: 43.598862, -115.428944, on the route.

The last stretch of road up to Trinity Lookout is rocky, loose, and exposed in places but it’s worth the effort if you are comfortable.

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Sourdough Lodge - Food, Gas, Lodging (IDBDR)

Sourdough is just off the main track but they have a comfortable hotel with a restaurant and gas station.

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Haven Hot Springs Food & Gas: 44.073075, -115.550764, on the route.

Haven Hot Springs is a small resort with hotel rooms, a cafe, and gas pumps. More lodging options can be found down the canyon at Lowman

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Creek Crossing: 44.20621, -115.509928, on the route.

This water crossing on Clear Creek can be intimidating but is required for the main route which follows Long Creek Road. If you want to avoid it, take the Clear Creek Road up the canyon

Whitehawk Mountain Fire Lookout: 44.287564, -115.530589, side trip,

A longer side trip to a summit with a lookout tower and distant views.

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Deadwood Reservoir: 44.326028, -115.649273, on the route.

Deadwood Reservoir has several campgrounds with shoreline access.

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Yellow Pine Food & Gas: 44.964076, -115.493327, on the route.

The IDBDR passes through Yellow Pine deep in the central Idaho mountains. You’ll need to fill up with gas here. The local restaurant is good and there is a rustic lodge in town too.

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Elk Summit Pass: 45.1508, -115.423116, on the route.

Elk Summit is a high pass between Yellow Pine and Warren.

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Pilot Peak Fire Lookout: 45.173969, -115.52716, side trip.

This side trip climbs up to a lookout tower on Pilot Peak. It’s a 5 mile ride each way to get there.

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Old Cemetery: 45.149615, -115.559259, on the route.

Look for a small historic cemetery next to the route along Elk Creek. Signs tell the story of some who are buried here.

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Warren Mining Town: 45.265685, -115.678257, on the route.

Warren is a small mining town that has avoided ghost status. The old buildings are picturesque and the people colorful. Stop into the Baum Shelter for a drink if it is open.

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Burgdorf Hot Springs Resort: 45.277066, -115.913704, on the route.

Don’t ride by Burgdorf without stopping. You might need to gas up here anyway. We highly recommend staying overnight if they have space. The hot springs are amazing and the resort has a restaurant as well.

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Old Bus: 45.372368, -116.022004, on the route.

This old bus has been rusting away at this spot above French Grade for many years. Worth a stop for a photo.

French Creek Grade: 45.40634, -116.01632, on the route.

Five tight switchbacks ease the grade of this road that descends down to French Creek and the Salmon River.

Manning Bridge: 45.401596, -116.116878, on the route.

The historic 1934 suspension bridge is being replaced with a new safer suspension bridge in 2017.

Florence Ghost Town: 45.500083, -116.029068, on the route.

Florence Cemetery: 45.510354, -116.029439, on the route.

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Take a break and walk around the cemetery in Florence. Read the signs and the tombstones too.

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Elk City Food & Gas: 45.82556, -115.443365, on the route.

Gas up in Elk which marks the western end of the Magruder Corridor, a 100+ mile segment with no bailout points or services.

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Burnt Knob Fire Lookout: 45.702778, -114.991325, on the route.

This short rugged side road climbs up to a lookout tower near the middle of the Magruder Corridor. It’s only about a 1.5 mile ride each way to see the view from this lookout.

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Magruder Corridor near Massacre Site: 45.73087, -114.766869, on the route.

A sign along the route explains the Magruder Massacre.

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Conner MT - Food, Gas, Lodging (IDBDR)

Conner is the closest gas stop to the eastern end of the Magruder Corridor. Food, lodging, and more gas stations are available in nearby Darby, MT.

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Lolo Hot Springs: 46.725016, -114.533393, on the route.

Lolo Hot Springs Lodge is a resort on the Montana side of the Lolo Highway.

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Lolo Pass: 46.634719, -114.577732, on the route.

Lolo Pass is on the Idaho-Montana border. The visitor center at the pass has information about the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Nez Perce National Historic Trail which both passed through here.

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Lochsa Lodge Food & Gas: 46.510969, -114.718092, on the route.

Lochsa Lodge has gas, a store, a restaurant, cabins, a hotel, and a campground. You’ll need to fuel up here before or after tackling the Lolo Motorway.

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Indian Post Office: 46.549187, -114.985895, on the route.

Indian Post Office is a ridgetop marker where notes were left for other travelers back when the Lolo Motorway was the route of the Nez Perce Native Americans.

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Hemlock Butte Lookout Tower: 46.473494, -115.629252, on the route.

Pierce Food & Gas: 46.486968, -115.798779, on the route.

Pierce is the closest gas stop on the west end of the Lolo Motorway. This quiet town has a grocery and all the services you’ll need to push on.

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Grandad Bridge: 46.815352, -115.920984, on the route.

The Grandad Bridge crosses over Dwarshak Reservoir.

Avery Train Car: 47.250513, -115.806614, on the route.

Train enthusiasts will want to stop at this train car which has info on the old trains that have passed by this spot. The IDBDR follows the Old Milwaukee Railroad Grade north of Avery.

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Avery - Food, Gas, Lodging (IDBDR)

Scheffy’s in Avery has premium non-ethanol fuel, a small store, and a motel.

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St Joe River Tunnels: 47.26628, -115.775562, on the route.

North of Avery there are two parallel routes to choose from. One follows a wide old railroad grade through several tunnels and the other follows the eastern bank of the St. Joe River on a narrow trail.

Wallace - Food, Gas, Lodging: 47.471598, -115.92348, on the route.

The historic town of Wallace has all services including nice hotels, and lots of tasty restaurants.

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Coeur D’Alene River Cliff Jumping: 47.65235, -116.030654, on the route.

If you are hot and dust-covered and like cliff jumping, this is a worthy stop along the IDBDR. Locals might already be here cooling off in the Coeur D’Alene River under the summer sun.

Grizzly Mountain Summit: 47.713106, -116.093405, side trip.

An out-and-back ride of about 2.5 miles each way takes you up to the summit of Grizzly Mountain and 360 degree views.

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Grassy Mountain Summit: 47.790102, -116.205265, on the route.

While not as high as Grizzly Mountain, Grassy Mountain is easier to access and offers similar 360 degree views.

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Spyglass Peak Lookout Tower: 47.841885, -116.196854, side trip,

A short side road leads to the top of pyramid-shaped Spyglass Peak, the site of a former fire lookout tower.

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Clark Fork Bakery: 48.1458, -116.176295, on the route.

Clark Fork has fuel, restaurants, lodging options, and a delicious bakery at Clark Fork Pantry.

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Char Falls: 48.36659, -116.172051, on the route.

Char Falls is a waterfall on Lightning Creek that is easy to walk out to from the parking lot.

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Lunch Peak Lookout Tower: 48.374853, -116.193504, side trip.

The panoramic view from the fire tower atop Lunch Peak is worth the extra time needed to ride four miles each way from the route.

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Roman Nose Lake: 48.635086, -116.571158, side trip.

Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge:48.706785, -116.414784, on the route.

The north end of the IDBDR follows the west side of the Kootenay River. While there are many places to view birds along this river, the Auto Tour Road loop that begins at the wildlife refuge visitor center makes it much easier to look out into the wetlands.

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Porthill Bar at Canadian Border: 48.998675, -116.500686, on the route.

Porthill is the official northern end of the IDBDR. It is just on the US side of the Canadian Border. They have a gas station, store, restaurant and bar, and even a hostel. The Kootenay River is runs right behind Porthill.

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FAQs

How long does it take to ride the Idaho BDR? ›

BDRs range anywhere from 700 miles to 1,400 miles. Depending on how fast you are traveling and which route you are riding, the average time to complete a route is around 5 to 8 days. The average mileage per section will be around approximately 100 to 150 miles and we find that most riders complete one section per day.

Where does the Idaho BDR start? ›

Jarbidge is the official start of the IDBDR.

How many miles is the Idaho BDR? ›

IDAHO BDR. If you've ever wanted to ride endless twisty mountain roads, the Idaho BDR will throw corners at you for days on end. It's a true off-the-grid ride that is long enough, at 1,250 miles, that you might just use up an entire rear knobby tire.

What is a BDR trip? ›

Backcountry Discovery Routes® (BDR®) is a non-profit organization that creates off-highway routes for dual-sport and adventure motorcycle travel. Through education, advocacy and promotion of responsible motorcycle travel, BDR endeavors to preserve backcountry motorcycle tourism for generations to come.

How many days is tour of Idaho? ›

The Tour of Idaho is a dirt bike route that starts on the Utah border in Southern Idaho and extends almost all the way to the Canadian border in Northern Idaho. The 1600-mile nine day trip follows as much singletrack as possible and each night you stay in a different small town.

How long is the trail of the Coeur d alenes? ›

About the Park

The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes is a 73-mile paved trail spanning the Idaho panhandle between Mullan and Plummer. It was created through a unique partnership between the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Union Pacific Railroad, the U. S. Government, and the State of Idaho.

Where does the tour of Idaho start? ›

The Tour of Idaho (T1) is a 1400-mile dirt bike ride that begins in the Malad Range of southern Idaho and ends in the Selkirk Mountains near the Canadian border.

Where does the trail of the Coeur d alenes start? ›

The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes bike path follows the Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way from Mullan, a mountain mining town near the Montana border, to Plummer, a town on the prairie near the Washington border, offering one of the premier rails-to-trail routes in the Pacific Northwest.

Where is mountain Homes Idaho? ›

Elmore County

How long does it take to drive across the top of Idaho? ›

While it can take six hours to travel the entire byway, you might want to spend several days making the journey, the better to enjoy the sparkling rivers, deep canyons, and rugged mountains.

How many miles is it from the top to bottom of Idaho? ›

The Geography of Idaho
Longitude / LatitudeLongitude: 111° W to 117° W Latitude: 42° N to 49° NIdaho base and elevation maps
Length x WidthIdaho is 479 miles long and 305 miles wide.
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What is the highest road in Idaho? ›

Railroad Ridge is a high mountain ridge at an elevation of 3.180m (10,433ft) above the sea level located in Custer County, in the US state of Idaho. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. It's said to be the highest road accessible to full-size vehicles in Idaho.

What is the difference between BDR and SDR? ›

SDR vs BDR

The Sales development reps are focused on inbound lead qualification whereas the business development reps are focused on outbound leads. Business development reps are responsible to set up the sales pipeline through prospecting whereas SDRs are responsible to move the leads through the sales pipeline.

Where can I go from BDR? ›

Eight possible career paths (after 1-2 years as a SDR or BDR)
  • Customer Success. ...
  • Account Manager. ...
  • Marketing. ...
  • Channel Sales. ...
  • Strategic Accounts. ...
  • Sales Training. ...
  • Sales Operations.

What is Mabdr? ›

MABDR is a scenic ride for dual-sport and adventure motorcycles that uses dirt, gravel and paved roads to wind through remote parts of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

How many days does the tour go for? ›

The total distance of the Tour de France 2022 is 3,328 kilometres (2,068 miles) with riders being granted two rest days during the 23 day event.

How many days is the tour? ›

The Tour de France is the world's biggest annual sporting event. Normally held in July, the event sees nearly 200 cyclists race over 2,000 miles in just 23 days.

Are Ebikes allowed on the trail of the Coeur D Alene? ›

Class I and Class II Electric Bicycles as defined below are now permitted without restriction for use on the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes. Class I Electric Bicycles, which provide motor assistance only while the rider is pedaling, with assistance ceasing once the bicycle reaches 20 mph.

What is the best section of the trail of the Coeur d alenes? ›

Among the most popular sections of the trail for families is the Harrison to Chatcolet Bridge ride which travels along lake Coeur d'Alene. Another favorite, and most easy to find trailheads, are the Enaville to Cataldo out and back ride.

What is the hardest mountain biking trail in the world? ›

The Most Extreme Bike Trails In The World
  • The White Line - Arizona, USA. Berm Peak. 2.47M subscribers. ...
  • The Ridge - Isle of Skye, Scotland. Cut Media. 324K subscribers. ...
  • Yungas Road (Bolivia) Alesha and Jarryd NOMADasaurus. 5.46K subscribers. ...
  • The Via Ferrata (Italy) Kilian Bron. ...
  • The Cliffs of Moher (Ireland) Neil Martin.
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Where does the Tour Divide start? ›

The 2022 Tour Divide begins on Friday, June 10th at 8AM with over 200 riders following the 2,745-mile Great Divide Mountain Bike Route from north to south starting in Banff, Alberta, Canada and finishing at the US/Mexico border in Antelope Wells, New Mexico.

Where does the Idaho Centennial Trail start and end? ›

The North Idaho Centennial Trail is 23 miles long, extending from the Idaho/Washington state line to Higgins Point, 6 miles east of Coeur d'Alene at the end of Coeur d'Alene Lake Drive.

Where does the tour end? ›

The 2022 Tour de France will start outside L'Hexagone, but will finish in its traditional spot along the Champs-Elysées in Paris as it has since 1903.

Are dogs allowed on the trail of the Coeur d alenes? ›

The trail is dog friendly and can be picked up from McEuen Park. This popular path loops around Tubbs Hill just south of downtown Coeur d'Alene and offers amazing lake views with trails to secluded dog friendly beaches. Take in the views of Harrison Slough, and then loop back to where you started.

Where did the Oregon Trail go through Idaho? ›

The route largely followed the Bear River Valley and the Snake River in southern Idaho before heading north through what is now the Boise area and into Oregon.

How long is the tunnel on the Hiawatha trail? ›

This cavernous, absolutely flat, dark tunnel under the Bitterroot Mountains connects Idaho and Montana, and is 1.66 miles long. Motorized vehicles are not allowed in this tunnel.

Are there rattlesnakes in Mountain Home Idaho? ›

' There are no rattlesnakes here but an abundance of the other animals.” On Feb. 13, 1877, The Idaho Statesman reported, “The station formerly kept at this point was called Rattle Snake and was and is yet the property of Mr. William Jackson.

Where are the least expensive homes in Idaho? ›

The Top 10 Most Affordable Cities in Idaho in 2021
  • Jerome.
  • Pocatello.
  • Idaho Falls.
  • Twin Falls.
  • Chubbuck.
  • Ammon.
  • Caldwell.
  • Nampa.

What is the closest town to Mountain Home Idaho? ›

Local towns near Mountain Home, ID
  • Orchard, ID.
  • Emigrant Crossing, ID.
  • Steamboat Rock, ID.
  • Mayfield, ID.
  • Grand View, ID.
  • Glenns Ferry, ID.
  • Castle Rocks, ID.
  • Regina, ID.

What is the most scenic drive in Idaho? ›

  1. Salmon River Scenic Byway. Scenic Drives. ...
  2. Pend Oreille Scenic Byway. Scenic Drives. ...
  3. Payette River Scenic Byway. Scenic Drives. ...
  4. Lewis & Clark Back Country ByWay. Lookouts • Scenic Drives. ...
  5. Old Whitebird Grade Road. Scenic Drives. ...
  6. Nez Perce National Historic Trail. ...
  7. Thousand Springs Scenic Highway. ...
  8. Western Heritage Historic Byway.

What is the fastest speed limit in Idaho? ›

StateRural interstates (mph)Other limited access roads (mph)
Idaho75; 80 on specified segments of road 2 trucks: 7070
Illinois70 365
Indiana70; trucks: 6560
Iowa7070
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What is the skinny part of Idaho called? ›

The Idaho Panhandle—locally known as North Idaho—is a salient region of the U.S. state of Idaho encompassing the state's 10 northernmost counties: Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Clearwater, Idaho, Kootenai, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce, and Shoshone (though the southern part of the region is sometimes referred to as North ...

What is the racial makeup of Idaho? ›

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Population
White alone, percent 92.8%
Black or African American alone, percent(a) 0.9%
American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent(a) 1.7%
Asian alone, percent(a) 1.6%
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What does Idaho mean in Native American? ›

Willing presented the name “Idaho” to Congress, claiming it was a Native American Shoshone word meaning “Gem of the Mountains.”

What is the steepest road in Idaho? ›

Lewiston Hill
Length5.3 miles (8.5 km)
Traversed byUS 95
Max gradient7 %
LocationNez Perce County, Idaho, U.S.
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Where is the curviest road in the world? ›

Lombard Street is known for the one-way block on Russian Hill between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, where eight sharp turns are said to make it the most crooked street in the world.

What part of Idaho has the most mountains? ›

Idaho's Salmon Region is one of the most mountainous, as it's home to a number of different subranges within the Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains. This region includes Lemhi, Custer, Butte, and parts of Clark counties as well as the state's highest mountain, Borah Peak.

Is SDR cold calling? ›

Sales Development Representatives, also known as SDRs, have the responsibility to grow new business by contacting potential prospects. Some of the most common ways SDRs contact potential prospects are through emails, LinkedIn and, of course, cold calling.

How long do SDRs last? ›

The average SDR tenure is about 18 months, but it doesn't take long for reps to feel the burden of constant cold calls and unanswered emails.

Is an SDR a good position? ›

The SDR role can be a grueling position, especially in today's WFH environment. But with the right skills and support, the SDR role can unlock many incredible opportunities – not just as an AE, but in Community, Marketing, and Customer Success roles.

What is the easiest BDR route? ›

So CABDR-South is the most difficult especially if you ride the expert sections and MABDR is the easiest in general terms. Although MABDR is the easiest there are still a few challenging rocky sections and the several water crossings that can get very difficult if the water is high.

Is being a BDR worth it? ›

A BDR can be both an entry level position or a mid career position. It is a great opportunity to learn sales, and it can lead to almost any other sales position. Do you feel great about talking to customers, but not so good about cold calling? You can move towards Account Management.

Is BDR a good career option? ›

Yes, you'll have high salaries, enjoyable activities, and growth opportunities even without a degree. Business development is a good career choice even if it comes with a diverse set of challenges. It can take time to see positive results. But, it can still be one of the most exciting career choices for you.

How many sections are in the Mabdr? ›

The Route: Nine Sections of Adventure Nirvana

The MABDR blends dirt, gravel and paved roads to wind through remote parts of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

Where is Mid Atlantic on a map? ›

A United States Geological Survey publication describes the Mid-Atlantic Region as all of Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, along with the parts of New Jersey, New York, and North Carolina that drain into the Delaware and Chesapeake Bays and the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.

What is Motorcycle BDR? ›

Backcountry Discovery Routes® (BDR®) is a non-profit organization that creates off-highway routes for dual-sport and adventure motorcycle travel. Through education, advocacy and promotion of responsible motorcycle travel, BDR endeavors to preserve backcountry motorcycle tourism for generations to come.

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The BDR has made it easy with free GPS tracks and helpful trip planning resources for each of the nine routes. For visitors from outside the USA, there are fly ...
In July 2020, 6 friends and I tackled the IDBDR. The 1250+ mile trail puts some of the best scenery and mountain roads together all in one route. In this epi...
In July 2020 6 friends and I tackled the IDBDR. The 1250+ mile trail puts some of the best scenery and mountain roads together all in one route. In this epis...

How long does it take to drive across the top of Idaho? ›

While it can take six hours to travel the entire byway, you might want to spend several days making the journey, the better to enjoy the sparkling rivers, deep canyons, and rugged mountains.

How long is the Hiawatha trail in Idaho? ›

The Route of the Hiawatha mountain bike or hike trail is 15 miles long with 10 train tunnels and 7 sky-high trestles. The ride starts with a trip through the 1.661 mile long St. Paul Pass Tunnel, also known as the Taft Tunnel.

How long is the Utah BDR? ›

There is just nothing else quite like Utah and this 871-mile route will take riders to some unforgettable places.

How hard is the New Mexico BDR? ›

Difficulty: Because of the high-mileage days, the New Mexico BDR Tour is rated difficult. If you are a seasoned adv rider who loves seat time, this is the ride for you. If you are less-experienced but want to test yourself, that's fine too.

What is the deadliest road in Idaho? ›

I-84 between Ustick Rd. and Exit 29 is the deadliest stretch of road in Idaho. 30% of fatal accidents were related to drunk driving. Speeding contributed to 21% of accidents.

What is the most scenic drive in Idaho? ›

  1. Salmon River Scenic Byway. Scenic Drives. ...
  2. Pend Oreille Scenic Byway. Scenic Drives. ...
  3. Payette River Scenic Byway. Scenic Drives. ...
  4. Lewis & Clark Back Country ByWay. Lookouts • Scenic Drives. ...
  5. Old Whitebird Grade Road. Scenic Drives. ...
  6. Nez Perce National Historic Trail. ...
  7. Thousand Springs Scenic Highway. ...
  8. Western Heritage Historic Byway.

Is the Hiawatha Trail difficult? ›

The Hiawatha bike trail is nearly all downhill with a very gradual slope, so the bike riding here is really quite easy and can be done by anyone who is comfortable riding a bike. ALong the way you cross over 7 giant train trestle bridges and go through 10 different tunnels.

What is the hardest hike in Idaho? ›

The Stanley Hot Springs Trail in Idaho is 9.6 miles. The trail is located in northern Idaho off of U.S. Highway 12 and near the small towns of Lowell and Kooskia. This is an out-and-back trail so you will want to come prepared for a long journey.

What town is closest to the Hiawatha Trail? ›

The Ski Area is located adjacent to I-90 at the Idaho-Montana state line at Exit 0, 12 miles east of historic town of Wallace, ID. The actual Trailhead for the Route of the Hiawatha is located 5 mile down I-90 into MT (Take Exit 5) and then 2 miles up (Rte 506) a dirt road.

What states have Backcountry Discovery Route? ›

BDR ROUTES:
  • Wyoming BDR.
  • North East BDR.
  • Southern California BDR.
  • Mid Atlantic BDR.
  • New Mexico BDR.
  • Arizona BDR.
  • Utah BDR.
  • Nevada BDR.

How many BDR are there? ›

Making this adventure motorcycling dream is easier than you think. The non-profit organization, Backcountry Discovery Routes, has made it easy with free GPS tracks and helpful trip planning resources for each of the nine routes.

How long is the New Mexico BDR? ›

Experience challenging riding on remote backcountry roads covering 1,200 miles through the beautiful state of New Mexico.

Is New Mexico worth moving to? ›

Compared to all other states, New Mexico ranks in the top half of both the most affordable states to live in and the state with the lowest average taxes paid per household. This makes it a state that isn't overpriced and is reasonable in order to experience some of the other great things on this list.

What is the highest pass in New Mexico? ›

Ratón Pass is a 7,834 ft (2,388 m) elevation mountain pass on the Colorado–New Mexico border in the western United States.
...
Raton Pass.
Ratón Pass
U.S. National Historic Landmark
Colorado State Register of Historic Properties
Looking north from the top of Raton Pass
Nearest cityTrinidad, Colorado, Raton, New Mexico
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Is New Mexico a good retirement destination? ›

New Mexico has become a popular retirement destination, and it's easy to see why. The state has plenty of characteristics that attract retirees, including its low cost of living, warm climate, rich culture, and many amenities.

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