The Boulder Mountain ORV Trail offers challenging terrain for riders
Description: The Boulder Mountain OHV Trail is part of the 40+ mile Batey-Bould looped trail system. Intermediate and advanced motorcycle riders who like a challenge will enjoy the technical single-track, rugged terrain and steep climbs and descents. [read more=”Read more” less=”Read less”] The trail crosses bridges, puncheons and seeps. Beginning motorcycle riders may find this trail frustrating. Mountain bikers will find this trail challenging. The Boulder Mountain Trail ranges from meadows to open peaks, and offers sweeping views of the Pend Oreille River Valley. This trail system eventually ties in with the Little Pend Oreille Trail System on DNR land, that offers an additional 45 miles of ORV trails.
Even though trail system is motorized, it provides varied terrain for horseback riding. Less motorized use on weekdays.
At the Batey-Bould Trailhead you’ll find four campsites with picnic tables, firepits, hand pump water spigots and toilets.[/read]
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