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Yellowstone Teton Territory

Idaho Falls to Salmon area

The Ashton-Tetonia Trail opened in 2010 and extends nearly 30 miles between the two towns. 
This scenic gravel trail includes five bridges and restored rail trestles. 

The Victor to Driggs Trail in 8-miles connects the two towns with the Teton Mountains in the backdrop. 

The Idaho Falls Greenbelt is  multi-use and runs adjacent to downtown and the falls.
It connects to Freeman Park in the North and other river pathways to the south making a 10-mile loop. 

The Ashton Trail System offers a series of routes following lightly traveled public roads around Ashton. 
  • The Trestle Loop has moderate hills and crosses Fall River twice, one on a trestle. 
  • The Grainville Loops follows the Trestle Loop until Grainville Road and crosses the river on Hwy. 32 (use caution). 
  • The Warm River loop follows Hwy 47 for 5 miles and then has 5 miles of gravel so mountain-type bikes are suggested. 
  • The Ora Loop, west of Ashton, is relatively flat, lightly traveled and crosses the Henry’s Fork Twice. 
  • The Lamont Loop is paved with moderate climbs. 
All offer beautiful scenery.

Salmon area trails such as Discovery Hills.