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Around the Mountain

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Biking, Hiking
Dogs Friendly?
Yes
Length
6.4 mimiles
ElvElevation
2008'
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Trail is mostly dry but has a few snow patches here and there. Ride or walk though any snow patches — don't widen the trail by going around them.

Widely considered the crown jewel of Boise trails, this one’s got it all: rolling singletrack, massive ponderosa pines, views that stretch all the way to the Sawtooths, and plenty of berms. Typically ridden counterclockwise—don’t try to go the other direction on a weekend! Around the Mountain is popular with trail users of all types. You can loop it with Deer Point and Morningstar, and even throw Mahalo in there for extra jollies. Many of Boise’s best mountain bike rides incorporate ATM in some fashion.

Recent Trail Reports

  • ramihz May 8, 2018 at 11:23 amI don't believe ATM or Berm Baby Berm are ready / snow free. The Bogus webcam is showing lots of snow patches everywhere. If you want to avoid the heat, do Shingle Creek and Dry Creek Loop.
  • DavefromBC May 7, 2018 at 9:57 amWe are a couple from BC visiting Boise this week to do some riding. Since our thermal tolerance is still in Canadian mode we want to check out the Around the Mountain, Berm Baby Berm area. Is it good to go yet? Eastside, Sweet Connie, Highlands was fun yesterday. Cheers and thanks in advance.
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  1. DavefromBC says:

    We are a couple from BC visiting Boise this week to do some riding. Since our thermal tolerance is still in Canadian mode we want to check out the Around the Mountain, Berm Baby Berm area. Is it good to go yet?
    Eastside, Sweet Connie, Highlands was fun yesterday. Cheers and thanks in advance.

    1. ramihz says:

      I don’t believe ATM or Berm Baby Berm are ready / snow free. The Bogus webcam is showing lots of snow patches everywhere.
      If you want to avoid the heat, do Shingle Creek and Dry Creek Loop.

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