Magruder Corridor

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Rachel S
华盛顿Spanaway11 条分享
2020年8月
This trail I would rate as EASY despite some reviews. It took us a total of 6 hours to complete from start to finish with a couple potty breaks and lunch worked in. If you have any off roading experience this trail will be cake. It is basically like a forest trail for most of it and 30 miles of it is even paved. We did not have to put our VERY capable lifted jeep wrangler into 4 wheel drive even once. Did 2 wheel drive the whole way. This was somewhat disappointing as we were expecting some challenges. We had heard rumors about the difficulty level of this trail and were surprised to find those rumors false.

I highly recommend filling the gas tank before you get out there. It would be a bad place to break down however we did the trail in Aug and did pass about seven or eight trucks total, several motor cycles and a group of side by sides. There were also people camping in some of the camp sites along the way. So even if you had car problems you'd eventually run into human contact it's not the most remote place I've ever been. I repeat: the trail itself should not give you any car problems. It's a forest trail.

That said there are a couple places on the trail that could be nerve wracking for novice drivers because of a steep drop on one side and narrow roadway making passing of another vehicle came from the other direction challenging, however there are plenty of pull out spots if you're used to off-roading this will not bother you in the least.

The visas are beautiful. Most were ravaged by a fire so it's almost got a creepy vibe but still amazing. It's a gorgeous day drive worth doing once.

We stayed in a hotel in Grangeville the night before the trail which is about an hour away from the start, then went across towards Darby. We finished the trail so fast (six hours instead of the expected 8 as other reviews stated) we were able to make it all the way to Idaho Falls before dinner on our way to Yellowstone.
撰写日期:2020年8月6日
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FScott Gray
8 条分享
2019年8月
Excellent trip in my 2001 Jeep Cherokee. Fire lookouts were all great. Road up to Burnt Knob should only be done in high clearance vehicle but worth the effort. We went from Darby Mt. to Elk city Idaho in one day but it took all day to do it. Next time we will stay at least one night on the Corridor in one of the camp grounds. My wife and I did it solo. Mostly adventure sport motorcycles and 4 other vehicles were all we saw.
撰写日期:2020年2月8日
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CougLiz
华盛顿斯波坎27 条分享
2019年7月
We loved traveling the Magruder Corridor on our ATVs! It was a great trip and we would highly recommend it. Not sure I would take a car or regular pickup on this road, although we saw some who tried. It's rocky, steep and very narrow in places. It is perfect for ATV's. The side trips to the fire lookouts were all fantastic. We had perfect weather and the scenery was amazing.
撰写日期:2019年12月30日
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2019年9月
Wonderful. Forest Service very helkpful. Lots of rain before trip resulting in lots of rock on trail.
撰写日期:2019年9月10日
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Alia R
1 条分享
2019年8月
The Frank Church and Selway/Bitterroot Wildernesses are beautiful to travel through on the Magruder Corridor. This years trip was a lot busier and rougher than our last trip about 10 years ago. We were in a oickup as a support vehicle for a couple 4-wheelers. There were a few other pick ups and SUV’s but the majority of traffic were ATtV’s and motorcycles. We hiked to a couple lookouts as Burnt Knob road was too rough for our long pick up and Salmon Mtn is only walking access. Both beautiful scenery and Salmon Mtn Lookout is staffed with friendly people.
撰写日期:2019年8月16日
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Montecresto
70 条分享
2019年7月 • 夫妻情侣
This is a must do trip. Beautiful rivers and trees. Put this on your bucket list! We spent 5 days camping on this trail. Really wonderful.
撰写日期:2019年7月26日
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Jack J
密苏里乔普林5 条分享
2018年9月 • 好友
I have ridden this road on a motorcycle 7 times, 4 times going east and 3 going west. The last week in September it usually snows, so be alert. We ran it in 6 hours in 2018 on KLR’s, which is not hard, but not many stops either. We were riding it west to east and stopped in Elk City to fuel a little after 12:00 noon. The locals in the Restrauant told us we could not make it to Darby before dark but we did. However I recommend an early start in case you have to deal with a breakdown.

The road has been different each year depending on the weather and the last time maintenance has been done. It can be rated from moderate to difficult sometimes. I have never been up Burnt Knob because of its difficulty for a heavy bike and it is too far from medical assistance. It is a side road and does not have to be traversed.

There is a hotel, fuel and Restrauant in Elk City, Idaho which is a good launch point going east and the same services are available in Darby, Montana going west. Be sure to have 120 miles of fuel and means to fix a flat because this road crosses 8 million acres of wilderness. Read up on the history of the road before going or stop at the one place with a sign telling the history about it. Enjoy your ride.
撰写日期:2019年5月29日
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Silvano D
163 条分享
2018年10月 • 好友
Si tratta di 180 km di strada sterrata, un paradiso per i fuoristradisti. il tracciato si snoda fra i 2000 e 2700 metri, ad ottobre abbiamo trovato anche tratti innevati. Il panorama di enormi foreste è per lunghi tratti deturpato da zone colpite da incendi vecchi e recenti, che sono abbastanza angoscianti. In tutto il percorso abbiamo incontrato non più di 5 auto, visto molti cartelli di "attenti agli orsi", ma per fortuna solo i cartelli.
Entusiasmante per amanti del off-road-
撰写日期:2018年11月2日
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Don C
Tumwater, Washington253 条分享
2018年8月 • 好友
We rode east to west. Once you cross the Magruder Crossing the road gets very steep and rocky. It stays rocky and rough until you get to Poet Creek, from there it is easy to Elk City. It is not (in my opinion) an easy gravel road ride. The road is dual track with a lot of 2" t0 8" (and bigger) rocks especially between the tracks. There is also sand and a few ruts. It is challenging and requires some moderate skill on a heavy GS motorcycle. You need to be able to stand on your pegs and slowly navigate your motorcycle. If you can't do that - don't go. I'm just glad that I didn't meet any other vehicles (especially full sized pickups) in some of the steep or challenging rocky sections.
撰写日期:2018年8月25日
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jdcjdcjd
蒙大拿博兹曼34 条分享
2017年9月 • 好友
Magruder is a bucket list dual sport ride. Did the ride in one day on a 2014 KLR. This ride is not, however, a beginners ride. And if you attempt this , be sure you are fully gassed and have adequate range. There is absolutely no real civilization for 100+ miles. And be sure you are mechanically sound; a break down would not be good.
The scenery and views are Magnificent even though there are large burn areas. I attempted Burnt knob, but turned back very quickly for fear of dumping the the heavy KLR. All in all this was a spectacular ride and the beer at the end of the ride never tasted good!
撰写日期:2018年8月12日
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