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The Idaho Falls Greenbelt is exactly what its name brings to mind: a green north-south connector through the city along both sides of the Snake River. On its north end, the trail runs adjacent...
The Portneuf Greenway is a collection of paved trails, currently totaling nearly 17 miles throughout Pocatello, connecting residential and commercial neighborhoods with natural areas. Trail advocates...
The Victor to Driggs Rail-Trail is nestled in a valley of eastern Idaho, surrounded by the beautiful Tetons. The paved north-south route follows a former Union Pacific right-of-way and parallels the...
This trail is a paved, multiuse pathway that runs along the canal east of downtown Idaho Falls. Offering a pleasant canal-side opportunity for recreation, the trail also provides connections between...
Road 8 miles from Tetonia to Ashton where we were finally forced to turn around. The trail is gravel, yes, but variable sized rock which push tires sideways as well as rough. It’s also a two-track. I ride a recumbent trike which meant I always had a tire in the overgrown median. We turned around after we were overwhelmed by the thistles which hit us in the face and shoulders. On our return to Tetonia we met two groups. One was a family with 3 under 8 years. I thought how unfriendly the trail is to someone with a child trailer.
Today we rode towards Ashton to the 15-mile marker. This side is incredibly beautiful with the Tetons constantly looming in the background and the straw yellow fields making perfect contrast for pictures.
We rode from Ashton toward Tetonia to the 15-mile marker. It was a beautiful fairly flat rail trail. There was only one spot that diverted around private land. This diversion takes you on a few hilly spots for a couple of miles but all doable. There are two bridges on this stretch that cross lovely river gorges! And you have the backdrop of the Teton range in front of you on the way out. It’s ever so slightly climbing toward Tetonia so it was much faster on the way back to our van.
This was a fantastic trail. My husband and I completed on June 27 2023 from Ashton to Tetonia. The Tetons were in view the entire ride and the rolling fields and old homesteads felt like a trip back in time. I highly recommend this trail.
We rode this from Victor to Driggs and back. Parking is very good at the Victor trailhead. If you forgot something Victor is conveniently located to get last minute stuff. It can be cool in the morning but get very warm by noon so dress accordingly. We had little wind but there are very few trees in the area and I think it would not be fun on a windy day. The trail is paved in asphalt and in good shape--mostly flat. There were a few other users...mostly cyclers. There were a few bunches of trees along the way to stop and get a drink. The trail does go almost into Driggs. You can take the surface roads to get food or take a break. Driggs is a nice town with grocery stores, restaurants, etc. ID-33 is a 2-lane highway that runs adjacent to the trail and in June there are a lot of tourist traffic and it can be a bit noisy...but not bad. Do it again for sure.
Happened to have a little extra time when passing through the area. Rode this once again and wonderful morning ride, past many flowers, grassy areas, shady trees, cool water, etc. See that some additional trail is being added to the South West end of the trail. More improvements to this all ready great trail. Will do again when the opportunity presents.
We started this trail on the south end by Tetonia. The trail going north from this point is very rough. After a short distance we retreated to the car and drove to the parking area on road W14250N and Reece road which had a very clean restroom.
The trail going north from this point is in better shape than from the southern trailhead. A trestle is a short ride north. The views of the Tetons are stunning causing many stops for photos.
The next morning we started the trail from the north end near Ashton. There is a nice parking area with a restroom just east of Ashton on highway 47 where the trail crosses Hwy 47. This parking area is not noted on the Trail Link map or description. This is an easy ride through farmland and rolling hills. The trestle crossings are awesome.
If you are in need of eats there is a small town restaurant on the main street in Ashton called “Five 11 Main Fountain & Pizzeria”. What a treat this place is, great food, old style ice cream/soda fountain and very good service. Highly recommend this place.
This trail is absolutely worth your time.
It isn’t 11 miles from point to point but there are many off shoots that the map shows. We had fun and it was pretty for the most part.
No this isn’t a hard trail but it’s very pretty. Ride by a college, sculptures, animal topiary and the falls. It was great place to ride this after being cooped up in a car all day. Very friendly people on the trail.
Rode this trail from Ashton to Tetonia to enjoy the view of the Tetons in front of me much of the way. The slight incline wasn't that noticeable, only when the trail turned from the small cinder-type surface to larger rocks. Surrounded by golden fields of wheat made the ride extra beautiful mid-August. Pre-ride, my SAG driver and I decided on a few little towns we saw on the map for checkpoints with each other. Turns out each of those "little towns" was now only the remaining, abandoned grain elevator. Remember when every little town had a grain elevator?
The Ashton-Tetonia is a trail of the Idaho State Park sytem. As a rail-trail, it makes for a nice level cut through the bountiful and hilly Teton Valley. Beauty abounds while riding in the shadows of the majestic Teton Mountains. I rode the lower half of this trail very recently, beginning at the southern trailhead in Tetonia and going about 15 miles or so to just north of Lamont before heading back. This section takes you across an impressive trestle! It starts off a bit rocky but after about 2 miles the unpaved surface improves quite a bit making for a great ride!
Only did 8 miles of this starting in Ashton, but it was phenomenal!! You’re right smack dab in the middle of the rolling hills. Went over an amazing bridge!! The gravel is nicely packed. I rode a fat bike, but we also took kids trailers with suspension and that did great! Someone else rode a cross country bike and did great. So amazing!!
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