OK if I park at that first parking lot on the right after you cross over the split in the paved road and then ride across the road under the power lines that parallel that dirt road and then it starts heading in the direction (south?) towards the feedlot, that's Reynolds in the distance right? It's like you have to take a short steep drop down and then work your way over there. From far away it looks like you can see a trail going up into there. Is that right?
Nice pics! You snapped a section of trail my friend went OFF. Busted his right index finger straight back onto the top of his hand when he landed on a rock! Had to walk his bike out many miles cuz he taco'd a wheel, bent his bars and dented the frame.
He was so ticked off (in shock??) he didn't even say thank you to us for several weeks.
I'm avoiding Reynolds Creek this weekend, and headed to some nice sandy singletrack near Payette.
Those are some fun looking trails. I love that twisty, snakey stuff. Sure do envy your temps, woke up to minus 3 today, and that's F. Hope to drop in on you and Supa Dave this summer, maybe I'll bring the Silk Ti along.