Hall Mountain

Driving Distance: 2hr 2min (95.7mi)

Directions:

From the junction of the Sullivan Lake Road (County Road 9345) and  Forest Road 22 (Sullivan Creek) follow Road 22 for 3.1 miles to the junction of Forest Road 2200500 (Johns Creek).  Turn right onto 2200500 and follow it for 7 miles to the trailhead.  

Trail Distance:  24 mi

Elevation Gain: 4,023ft

Difficulty (1-5): 4

Permit(s) Required: None

Description:  This challenging ride boast spectacular scenery and great singletrack riding. You can see into Idaho and British Columbia from the top of Hall Mountain. There is also a good possibility of spotting Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep; a herd that ranges on the mountain is frequently seen from the trail. The ride is 24-miles long and best suited to strong, experienced cyclists. The grassy, alpine slopes near the summit of Hall Mountain are particularly beautiful. Great mountain riding with excellent views!

Guide Review: Hall Mountain is a great ride, if you get a chance to go, GO! It has a lot of elevation gain at the start, which is rewarded with an awesome ridge trail and a very long downhill ride. The views you get along the way are phenomenal, and there are also a bunch of huckleberry bushes along the trail. If you want a full day of awesome, beautiful, and fun riding, as well as a great workout, Hall Mountain is a great option.

Gear List:

  • Waterbottle (bring lots, in the summer this is can be dry and hot)
  • Small First Aid Kit
  • Rain Jacket (October-May)
  • Patch Kit
  • Travel pump

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