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Idaho Centennial Trail: Section 1

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The beginning of a grand 900-mile trek through some of the greatest country Idaho has to offer.


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5.1

Miles

8.2

KM

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Runnable

5,985' 1,824 m

High

5,691' 1,734 m

Low

82' 25 m

Up

376' 115 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (3°)

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Need to Know

This is very remote country. The nearest consistent amenities are in Rogerson. In the past, there have been eateries at Murphy Hot Springs, but they seem to be seasonal, short-lived, or both.

Description

The trail begins at the Nevada-Idaho border, on a narrow dirt road. The road isn't in great shape (lots of large rocks, a few deep ruts, a little steep in some places), so you may want to consider running to the start point from the main road rather than driving. It is wide open, treeless country. It gets hot in the summer, and there is very little water available anywhere away from the east fork or the main fork of the Jarbidge.

Flora & Fauna

Sagebrush, rye grass, mule deer, antelope, grouse, chukars, jackrabbits, red-tailed hawks.

Contacts

Land Manager: BLM Idaho - Twin Falls

Shared By:

Keaton Reed

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Looking south at the Jarbidge Mountains from the first leg of the Idaho Centennial Trail
Oct 1, 2019 near Glenns…, ID

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