Timber Flat 666C

Horseshoe Bend, Idaho (Gem County)

Last Updated: 09/18/2020
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Highlight: Timber Flat 666C
666C Timber Flat is a spur trail off of Timber Flat in the Boise National Forest, two hours north of Boise, Idaho. Sagehen Dam and Reservoir are just 2.5 miles to the east with four improved campgrounds. Some of the campgrounds are first come first served while others require a reservation. The lake is well known for its rainbow trout, so bring a fishing pole. The trail and its surrounding area are in Idaho's hunting unit 32A where you will be sharing your space with deer, elk, black bear, mountain lions, and wolves, just to name a few of the forest's residents. This trail is one of many spurs along the main Sagehen Road and is best described as a dispersed camping paradise nestled among the pines, fir, and spruce. Shrubs and grasses dotted with wildflowers fill in the non-forested areas. The Kyaott Trail System trailhead is just south of this trails trailhead and is an extensive trail network around the Sagehen area for ATV's, motorcycles, hikers, and horseback.
For individual use only, not to be shared.