The Wapiti Creek Trail is a multiple use trail, including being open to motorcycles. It offers panoramic views of the Sawtooth Mountains as you gain the ridge and near the trails terminus at the Ten Mile Ridge Trail. The first part of the trail climbs for over a mile, following multiple switchbacks across a hillside to gain the ridge. The trail makes a sidehill traverse across loose granitic soils, and enters a saddle before leveling off. The route is easier as trail follows along the ridge for over 2 miles to the junction with the Ten Mile Ridge Trail. From the junction bicycle travel is only permitted to the right (west) portion of the Ten Mile Ridge Trail (taking a left takes you into the Sawtooth Wilderness). A partial loop for cyclists can be made by climbing the Wapiti Creek Trail with the Ten Mile Ridge and Blue Jay Trails (ending at Bonneville Hot Springs!). A full loop can be made by adding National Forest System Roads 524 and 525 as well as a portion of State Hwy 21. The first part of the ride is really a grunt and may require a hike-a- bike, but views are spectacular after gaining the ridge, and it offers big-ride opportunity if linked with other trails and roads.