Bull Creek-Trail

Boise National Forest, Idaho

Distance5.9mi
Elevation Gain3,413ft
Trailhead Elevation4,404ft
Top5,452ft
Elevation Min/Max4404/5452ft
Elevation Start/End4404/4404ft

Bull Creek-Trail

Bull Creek-Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Valley County, Idaho. It is within Boise National Forest. It is 5.9 miles long and begins at 4,404 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 11.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 3,413 feet. This trail connects with the following: Fool Creek Trail and Monumental-Trail.

Bull Creek-Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Includes: Middle Fork and Silver Creek Trail. A very wet backpack, best suited for spawning salmon, to a far-flung dip up the Middle Fork Payette River. No need to pack a swimsuit.

The remote springs overlooking Bull Creek may or may not have a bather-friendly pool to greet you just when you really need a hot soak. Too late in the season, when a nearby side creek dries up, the stranded pools grow hot enough to boil eggs and hikers alike; too early, you’ll freeze more than your toes in the cold river en route. This venture would be sheer madness when the water level is high; be sure to check at the ranger station in Garden Valley before setting off."

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Trail Information

Boise National Forest
Nearby City
Boise National Forest
Parks
Hot Springs
Features
Emmett Ranger District, Boise National Forest
Local Contacts
Boiling Springs and Bull Creek Hot Springs USGS. Boise National Forest.
Local Maps

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Aug 2018