[Free] Mountain Biking Sun Valley, Idaho: Including the Sawtooth Mountains (Regional Mountain Biking Series)
Mountain Biking Sun Valley, Idaho: Including the Sawtooth Mountains (Regional Mountain Biking Series) Greg McRoberts *Download PDF | ePub | DOC | audiobook | ebooks
#2306502 in Books 2006-08-01Ingredients: Example IngredientsOriginal language:EnglishPDF # 1 .41 x 6.04 x 9.00l, .55 #File Name: 0762740892144 pages | File size: 21.Mb Greg McRoberts : Mountain Biking Sun Valley, Idaho: Including the Sawtooth Mountains (Regional Mountain Biking Series) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised Mountain Biking Sun Valley, Idaho: Including the Sawtooth Mountains (Regional Mountain Biking Series): 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Accurate ride descriptions, great mapsBy CustomerI did 6 different
rides of the 50 in this in this book in July 2013, including Fisher Creek, all the trails at Baldy, Adams Gulch and Corral Creek. His descriptions of elevation gain and difficulty I found pretty good. The Adams Gulch loop, for example, was rated "Abusive" and while not overly difficult with 2200' of climbing, it did have several sections of hike-a-bike on the ascent that I assume drove the rating. Maps were excellent and I didn't have any issues with route finding. He also incorporated some humor - after all this is all about mountain biking and having fun. Highly recommended for anyone planning to ride in Sun Valley. Featuring fifty of the best mountain bike rides in Sun Valley, Idaho, this handy pocket-sized guide includes rides near the towns of Bellevue/Hailey, Ketchum, Copper Basin, Galena, and Stanley. From the Back CoverFirst ride of the season? Try the nontechnical Shadyside Trail. Pumped up and ready to go where not many others go? Check out gonzo Fourth of July to Pole Creek. Mountain Biking Sun Valley, Idaho (formerly published as Good Dirt) profiles the greatest rides throughout this spectacular landscape. In candid language that speaks directly to cyclists, local mountain biker Greg McRoberts recommends his favorite routes, from the best date rides to the best adventure rides. Youll also get the inside track on terrain, bike shops, the local coffee scene, and mountain biking ethics.
Published on Mar 16, 2019