Wilson Flat Trail has a fun ATV trail network

rphillips@idahostatesman.comSeptember 13, 2007 

Wilson Flat Trail is one of those cool little trail systems that aren't real close to anyplace so they don't often get a lot of attention. There's about 11 miles of trail in the network, and it's designed for ATV riders. According to the Forest Service, there are a couple steep spots, but it's suitable for beginner and intermediate riders with some trail experience.

Know a trail? Call David Parker at (208) 672-6731 or e-mail outdoors@idahostatesman.com.

Trail of the Week

Open to: ATVs and anyone who doesn't mind sharing a trail with them.

Ideal for: An ATV ride when you're riding at Anderson Ranch Reservoir.

Trailhead elevation: About 4,250.

Destination elevation: About 5,600

Length: Total trail network about 11 miles.

Difficulty: Easy to moderate.

Out and back or loop: multiple loops.

Wildlife you might see: It's pretty good deer country, so you might see some.

Bathrooms: At nearby Little Wilson Campground.

Information: Not much out there, but the Boise National Forest map shows the trails.

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