Eastern Idaho has over 1800 miles of groomed trails, numerous off-load areas and quaint warming huts, as well as endless breathtaking open ridges, meadows, scenery, and wildlife. Learn More
Snake River Road
For those sledders who want to enjoy the scenic river route, the Snake River Road trail spans 10.3 miles and eventually crosses Calamity Point to the Palisades Dam trail head. This trail always is well groomed, although conditions can change in a matter of minutes, so local inquiries of trail conditions are recommended.
From Calamity Point, riders can continue in a Southeast direction past the Calamity Guard Station and onto Bear Creek Road, which is a fair groomed trail. The 15.4-mile trail from Calamity Point to McCoy Creek Road, however, changes from a fair groomed trail to a “run at your own risk”� trail at the intersection of Bear Creek Road and Jensen Creek Road. This segment that runs through Jensen Meadow and along Jensen Creek until it intersects McCoy Creek Road is to the West of Poker Peak and the Palisades Reservoir.