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    Road Indian Springs in Kimberly Idaho yesterday. Absolutely great network of singletrack. If you have not checked it out, it's worth the drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J2112
    Road Indian Springs in Kimberly Idaho yesterday. Absolutely great network of singletrack. If you have not checked it out, it's worth the drive.
    Is it all dry?
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    Yes It's dry and in great shape. That was my first ride out there. I'm realy impressed with what they've done. It's a bit confusing but I guess The Spoke n Wheel shop in Twin Falls has a good map. The area reminds me of Willson Creek but with more single track more vert and some Moab style rock sections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J2112
    Yes It's dry and in great shape. That was my first ride out there. I'm realy impressed with what they've done. It's a bit confusing but I guess The Spoke n Wheel shop in Twin Falls has a good map. The area reminds me of Willson Creek but with more single track more vert and some Moab style rock sections.
    It has been 3 or 4 years since I have ridden there, how long of a loop do you think you could create now?
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    Headed to Miracle hot springs for my b-day friday night, if the trails are dry gonna ride out at Indian Springs again. We had a blast the last time we rode there. If my memory serves me correct we linked together several trails and managed to get about 8 or 9 miles and lots of smiles on that ride.

    It sounds/looks like the trail builders have been hard at work!

    http://woodriverbike.wordpress.com/2...mberly-trails/

    and since all threads are better with pictures here are a few from the last time we rode out there.

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    Everytime that wheel turn round
    bound to cover just a little more ground!

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    Does anyone have a link to the full map that was referred to in the article?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smilycook
    Does anyone have a link to the full map that was referred to in the article?

    If you type Indian Spring Trails, S. Idaho in Google Earth, some one has uploaded some of the trails. her is another link to some trail info http://woodriverbike.wordpress.com/2...mberly-trails/ If you road just the perimeter trails in a loop it would be around 23 miles, but there are plenty smaller loops that within the area that you could add to make the ride shorter or longer than that.

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    You can get great trail info including maps b joining this email group on yahoo: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MVchaingang/ Maps and trail discriptions are in the members section under "files".

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    Just found this thread, here is the link to the Google map:

    Indian Spring Trails

    And the chain gang maps under files are old, this new map is on there under links.

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