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Stack Rock Trail

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Tech
Views
Traffic
Shade
Usage
Biking, Hiking
Dogs Friendly?
Yes
Length
3.8 mimiles
ElvElevation
1263'
Rating
Last Report
Snow is mostly packed down from use and is rideable on a fat bike. Be mindful of icy spots.

An excellent new addition to the trail system in 2019, this new singletrack will create endless loop options with Eastside, Sweet Connie, and even Dry Creek.  The western portion of the trail meanders along the mountainside, dipping in and out of the trees without gaining or losing significant elevation.  There are a few cool rock outcroppings–squandered opportunities for technical features, but alas…  And there are excellent views of the foothills and downtown Boise far in the distance.  The Eastern portion of the trail is completely forested and climbs steadily but very gradually from Bogus Basin Road to the new Stack Rock trailhead.  Overall, it’s a far superior trail to the one it replaces (Entrance Exam), especially now that Exit Exam has been largely converted to a logging road.

Recent Trail Reports

  • heavy_braker December 18, 2019 at 1:41 pmThe new Stack Rock Trail is well packed mostly by snowshoes, so smooth, fast, and super fun. The lower part of Eastside and on to Entrance Exam is also, making for a perfect loop.
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  1. heavy_braker says:

    The new Stack Rock Trail is well packed mostly by snowshoes, so smooth, fast, and super fun. The lower part of Eastside and on to Entrance Exam is also, making for a perfect loop.

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