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Mountain Biking Idahoby Michael Marqulis
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In every corner of Idaho, a magnificent system of mountain trails awaits you,' writes award-winning author Stephen Stuebner in his introduction to <i>Mountain Biking Idaho</i>. The 80 rides in this book are as diverse as the Idaho landscape. Experience singletrack nirvana in the South Hills near Twin Falls. Take a trip back in time by retracting the route of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery near Lolo Pass. Swoosh down the slopes near Sun Valley on your knobbies instead of your skis. Plan a multi-day yurt-to-yurt ride near Idaho City. If dirt is not your style, pedal the paved Boise River Greenbelt, one of the many paved recreation trails featured in this book. Mountain bikers of all abilities will enjoy the classic assortment of rides included in this guide. Detailed ride descriptions make it easy to find trailheads and follow routes--helping you stay on track with easy-to-read maps and ratings for physical and technical difficulty. It's time to taste a generous sample of 19,000 miles of jeep and singletrack trails in the great Potato State.
The 80 rides in this book are as diverse as the Idaho landscape.
With a myriad of trails available in New York, you can enjoy the state's wealth of wild lands and the soulful high of silently gliding on pristine trails from Long Island and the Westchester area to the Shawangunk, Catskill, and Adirondack mountains. Also
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