Avimor Trails - Mountain Biking

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Summary

In a new subdivision just north of Boise, a handful of fun trails have something for every skill level, from fast flowing, technical single track to moderate elevation gain over double track dirt roads.

Written by

Teresa Bruffey

Distance

0.1 miles

Varies, depending on which trail you choose.

Destination Distance From Downtown

10.9 miles

Difficulty

3 of 5 diamonds

Time To Complete

2 hours

2-4 hours

Seasonality

Spring, Summer, and Fall

Early spring through fall

Dog Friendly

Yes

Fees Permits

No

Review

Intro

In a new subdivision just north of Boise along Highway 55, Avimor’s developers were smart to incorporate a handful of easily accessible trails both for new residents and for people coming from downtown. With a little something for everyone, the trails can be combined in a myriad of ways for a distance that suits your day’s schedule and your skill level. 

What Makes It Great

The subdivision’s website has a nice set of brief trail descriptions to help you pick what sounds appropriate and fun for you. 

One great ride, Willow Creek Trail, is an out-and-back with solid climbing and a fast flying descent. Accessing Willow Creek via the Shooting Range and Bovine Nirvana trails, you’ll have 2.5 miles in and you'll be well warmed up by the time you hit the leg-burning climb up Willow Creek. After a 2,000’ climb, views of the Boise Front and the valley are your reward, and they provide a good backdrop for stopping for a break and a stretch. This technical trail offers bridges, challenging boulder sections, a fast and narrow rocky run along the creek, and some tight sandy switchbacks. Hang on to your helmet and have a fun ride!  

 If you’re looking for something a little mellower, practice your skills on the loop of Twisted Spring, Quick Trigger, and the Chutes and Ladders Trails. These twisty yet minimally technical single track trails are great for beginners getting a handle on their game. 

Who is Going to Love It

In a new subdivision just north of Boise, a handful of fun trails have something for every skill level, from fast flowing, technical single track to moderate elevation gain over double track dirt roads.

Directions, Parking, & Regulations

Access the trail from the main parking area off E Streams Edge Way at Heritage Park. While the subdivision doesn't have any bars or restaurants for a post-ride meal, heading into Boise is easy enough, and there are plenty of breweries and restaurants where you can celebrate a great ride. 

Location

Avimor Trails

43.772657, -116.26412

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