Divide Road criss-crosses the Continental Divide between Montana and Idaho. I have ridden it three times and didn't see a soul each time. I saw lots of deer and elk. There are bears around, but I didn't see any. Beautiful views of Centennial Mtns, Henry's Lake, Tetons, etc. The road is double-track dirt with a few pebbly sections. There are a few decent climbs to get the heart going. I have ridden this road out and back; however, you could ride to Red Rock Pass Rd. (abt 7 miles), go left, hit Henry's Lake Rd., and take that back to Raynolds Pass. The first part of the road from Hwy. 87 climbs gradually for about 2 miles, so be prepared for that. Lots of aspen groves to ride through. The entire road hovers around 7,000 feet, making for a nice workout with gorgeous scenery.
If it had some single track, I would rate it a 4, but it's all dirt road. Nice climbing the first part of the ride. If you like riding through aspen groves at a decent altitude with no one around, this is the ride for you. I saw deer and a couple of elk up there. Amazing views of Henry's Lake and the mountains around the area. Magical.Thank |