Road Closure Alert
E. LAKE FOR ROAD IS CLOSED, BUT IT IS STILL EASY TO GET TO JUG MOUNTAIN RANCH!
Coming from McCall:
Go east (left) on Elo Road shortly after you see the large McCall sign. Follow this road approximately 5.5 miles. The Jug Mountain Ranch entry will be on your left at the East Lake Fork Rd junction. If you have seen the Finnish Church and Cemetery you have gone too far, but only by one mile.
Coming from the South/Boise:
Go east (right) on Paddy Flat Lane. It is a paved road. Take the left at the junction with Farm To Market Rd. Once you pass the Finn Church and Cemetery you are getting close to JMR. Take a right at the junction with East Lake Fork Rd.
Alternative and scenic route from the South:
In Donnelly, go east (right) at the junction with the Stinker Station on Highway 55. The road is called East Roseberry Rd. It is a paved road. Take the left at the junction with Farm To Market Rd. This is the small historic town of Roseberry. Head north for approximately 10 miles. Once you pass the Finn Church and Cemetery you are getting close to JMR. Take a right at the junction with East Lake Fork Rd. This is the entry to JMR.
Come on out and enjoy the trails at Jug Mountain Ranch! The shuttle runs every Saturday and Sunday – call ahead to reserve your spot (208) 634-5072.
Miles of Trails
Explore some of the states premier single track winding through the meadows and Ponderosa forest at the base of Jughandle Mountain. The terrain offers something for everyone whether you’re a beginner out to enjoy the rolling, buffed out singletrack to an expert looking for technical features or fast flowy descents. Our trail system at Jug Mountain Ranch is free of charge, however, we invite you to finish your day at the Clubhouse Restaurant and Bar (yes, we love our dust-covered bikers!) in support of continued trail building and maintenance. And don’t forget your protective gear as Jug’s trails are for use at your own risk!
GET A SNEAK PEEK OF THE TRAILS AT JUG MOUNTAIN RANCH:
Miles of MOUNTAIN BIKING trails to explore year round. SINGLE track trails exhilarate in summer and fall while FAT BIKES rule on our groomed trails in winter and spring. Dogs welcome!
Catch a ride to the top and save your energy for the amazing single track and freeride trails! Please call (208) 634-5072 to make a reservation.
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