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    New to Kimberely Area

    Hi New to Kimberly, teaching in Twin Falls.
    I have explored Augar and Indian Springs. Every time I ride Indian Springs I get lost or find out not going where I thought I was. l have been up to Sun Valley once and also tried trails at Parmalee Ski area.

    Any suggestions on learning the Indian springs or other areas to try.

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    Indian Springs trails are in both TrailForks and MtbProject. Those phone apps should help you find your way out on the trail.

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    thanks
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    There are some fun short trails in the Canyon across the river from the golf course in Twin. I was down there for a conference this this summer and was pleasantly surprised to find trails that good in town.

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    I moved to the area a couple of years ago and picked up a trail map from the forest service of the magic mountain ski area to the south and have been pleased with what I have been able to piece together up in the trees. They had a high school race scheduled for up there but it was rained out this fall. Check out the Eagle trail that goes out of Pettit campground, third fork (better as a shuttle) start out of porcupine springs camp ground. I have a training loop that starts at Whalstrum Hollow that is fun. All I did was get out and get lost a bunch, the more lost I became the more fun I had, just take adequate water.

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    great tips thanks
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