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Wood River Trail: Ketchum to Hailey

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Ketchum, Idaho

Wood River Trail: Ketchum to Hailey is a 12.6 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Ketchum, Idaho. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for trail running and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 12.6 mi Elevation gain 82 ft Route type Point to Point

Dogs on leash

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Michael Heyns
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Michael Heyns
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munzer Q.
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An amazing asphalt road like that is perfect for walking running biking and with your dogs. I love running on the trail. It also includes few stops with water fountains. This is an amazing trail.

B Kel
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By far, one of the nicest trails I have ridden! Beautiful scenery, following the Wood River from Ketchum to Hailey, this trail is luxuriously close to Sun Valley Resort, and the charming town of Ketchum. An early morning 34 miles of this beauty of a trail over Labor Day weekend, left us plenty of time to enjoy downtown Ketchum and the Wagon Days Parade,which is largest non-motorized parade in the US. It consisted of wagon trains, bareback riders, etc., and was fantastic. Do not miss it.

Rhonda Entrekin
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Nastasia Mosina
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Heidi Roed
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Kyle Smith
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brett Siegel
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Brian Lacey
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Linda Pollick
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bryan florence
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Alan McCarthy
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Stephen Murray
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Elizabeth VanEvery
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