Wood River Trail
The Wood River Trails is a 20+ mile paved, multi-use, year-round path that provides a non-motorized connection between the Wood River Valley communities of Bellevue, Hailey, Ketchum and Sun Valley.
About the Wood River Trail
Explore the Wood River Valley by foot, bike, or skis on the Wood River Trail, a 20-plus mile paved non-motorized path that stretches from Bellevue to Ketchum. Known to locals as “the bike path,” the Wood River Trail is a popular way for residents and visitors to enjoy the beauty of the Wood River Valley while learning more about its history.
History of the Wood River Trail
The abandoned Sun Valley line of the Union Pacific railroad was identified by a local group of citizens as the perfect location for a “rails-to-trails” conversion. On behalf of the community, the BCRD began construction of the trail in 1984 and completed it in 1991.
In 2013, a two year levy was passed to fund the reconstruction, resurfacing, and rehabilitation of the WRT. The BCRD completed this work in the summers of 2014 and 2015, guaranteeing that the trail will be enjoyed for another 30 years.
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