Explore the most popular mountain biking trails near Hailey with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
23 days ago

AllTrails only had Pioneer Cabin via Hyndman and Long Gulch trail to Pioneer Cabin to make it a loop. This, however, is the most popular option, and vs. the loop, trust me this is difficult enough, though you'd be hard-pressed to tell considering the general fitness level of many of the locals. Regardless, this hike is amazing. The area where the cabin itself is is simply gorgeous, but there are great views once you pass the tree line as well. It's great from the beginning even, featuring a nice creek, and much larger pine trees than I've seen anywhere else nearby.

As a final note, since few people mention this and is always a concern for me since I drive a low-clearance vehicle - the dirt road is in good shape.

pretty view of whole south valley

hiking
1 month ago

Amazing trail very serene and definitely a decent distance the elevation change is minimal and minimal impact to joints in the future I believe it would be better as a mountain biking trail.

great trail lots of climbing the first five miles 1,500 ft

We took the trail straight up and the switchbacks on our way down. The straight up trail is a great climb and has spectacular views of Hailey, but note that it has some pretty sharp rocks. The switchback trail is more like soft dirt, which was better on the dogs’ feet. If you’re going in the summer, start early to beat the heat. Then let the dogs cool off in the river when you get back to the bottom.

It’s pretty hard/moderate! I was also carrying a baby.. i loved the views and clean path

There are 2 routes to choose from— the steep, straight out shot trail (1.8mi RT) and the meandering, switchback trail (4.8mi RT). I took the steep one and definitely an butt-kicker for the incline grade plus the elevation gain in such short of a distance. Nonetheless the view at the top is amazing and you can see the beautiful town of Hailey down below. Worth a workout for a short amount of time!

hiking
7 months ago

views from the top are stunning. it's a challenging hike but very rewarding. Great for hiking in winter as it's one of the few snowless mountains. Everywhere else you look has a lot more snow. As others have said, it is completely shadeless though, so I could see this being completely unenjoyable in the summer.

hiking
Monday, September 04, 2017

Saturday, July 08, 2017

This hike pretty much blows. The views at the top are awesome, but it's totally exposed and there aren't any real views until the top. if you want to go for a more "adventurous" route up this, go out to the bench and then straight up the ridge line. It's a better workout and it's kinda fun navigating the rocks.

hiking
Tuesday, June 20, 2017

No shade, start early and carry extra water, views are just ok, wildflowers in spring.

hiking
Saturday, July 16, 2016

Short but fun hike. Easy to fit in a quick hour hike to see city.

hiking
Friday, July 01, 2016

Enjoyed the trip! Took the long route rather than straight up!

hiking
Friday, April 01, 2016

It's rather steep to bike on. Hiking is nice. Two choices, switchbacks or right up the ridge. No shade.

mountain biking
Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Hard to beat this ride. Although there is quite a bit of motorized and horseback travel around the Greenhorn Trailhead, these trails are nicely banked, well kept, with nice visibility. It's easy to link up some different routes, enough to spend a long weekend of 100% singletrack. I'd suggest dropping a few cars and camping from location to location, ie...out bottom of Red Warrior, South Fork of Warm Springs, and out Deer Creek Road.

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