The bridge to Grayback Gulch was destroyed by a build-up of water, ice and fallen trees due to 2016’s record snowfall. Those waiting for access to the campground and the hunting area beyond may have to wait until 2019. Photo provided by the Western Federal Lands Highway Division.
The bridge to Grayback Gulch was destroyed by a build-up of water, ice and fallen trees due to 2016’s record snowfall. Those waiting for access to the campground and the hunting area beyond may have to wait until 2019. Photo provided by the Western Federal Lands Highway Division.
The bridge to Grayback Gulch was destroyed by a build-up of water, ice and fallen trees due to 2016’s record snowfall. Those waiting for access to the campground and the hunting area beyond may have to wait until 2019. Photo provided by the Western Federal Lands Highway Division.

UPDATE: The bridge to this popular Idaho City campground has finally reopened

August 28, 2018 08:46 AM