Added by Taryn Casperson

Biking at Indian Springs is something that's unique to the Southern Idaho area. It gives you the feel of being in the wild but gives you a view of the whole Twin Falls area. Along with the occasional herd of deer there's some great scenery. There's a network of trails that you can ride distances ranging from 5 to 30 mile rides. Trails for all levels of riders. Anything from super technical downhill with big drops to smooth, buffed out single track.

A total of 18 trails that you can connect for your ride. For flowy single track ride Lower Sugarloaf, Swamys, or Dry Gulch. For technical ride Brennan, Hot Shot, Upper Sugarloaf, or Backdoor. Trail maps at https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?msa=0&mid=zNWx9iR6KKmY.kbh0RThbxRSc

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Mountain Biking
Easy Parking
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

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