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CDT - Flume Creek Section
Avg Rating: (4.00 out of 5) 1 trail review
Difficulty: Intermediate bike trail - Intermediate
Length: 12 miles Global Rank: #2100
Tread: Singletrack Configuration: Out & Back
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Description
This section of the CDT is all singletrack, some buff and sweet, some rocky but



no too much so. Check "CDT Goldstone South" for the CDT section heading



north from this same spot.







From the parking spot, follow the 2-track through an old hunting camp looking



for the classic USFS tree blazes (upside down exclamation point scraped into the



bark) marking the CDT soon after. These blazes will mark the trail from here on



until you reach the high meadows and some cairns at the turnaround point 6



miles later. The trail is wooded but if you are patient you will be rewarded with



some huge views into Montana and of Idaho's southern Lemhi Mountains.

added by chukt Doubletrack on June 16, 2012

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sidehiller1 on February 5, 2013
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Review: A good high elevation forested ride for a hot day. You will be riding in the lodgepole pines with ocassional openings for views in this area. Several other great rides in the nearby area. Intermediate riders should have a great time on this trail.

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