Not only are there 10 miles of paved bike paths within the Whitetail Club property, but Whitetail Club recently completed an exciting series of mountain trails accessible from the community.
Designed by industry leading Alpine Trails, the nine scenic courses cover more than 10 miles of diverse terrain within Whitetail Club. Each of the nine trails affords interesting challenges and spectacular scenery.
- The Lower Traverse Trail, which averages a 3 percent grade, is perfect for beginning cyclists or seasoned riders who prefer rolling mellow grades featuring open glades and forested patches.
- For those seeking heart-racing descents, the downhill-only Whitetail Chute is full of shocking features like rock rollovers, berms and a few stellar drops.
- Starting at the Fish & Swim Club and climbing to the ridgetop nearly one mile away, the Whitetail Climbing Trail/Whitetail Ladder is designed for riders looking for an intense workout.
In addition, the surrounding area boasts hundreds of miles of trails. Try Ponderosa State Park or Payette National Forest, or take it downhill at Brundage Mountain, where the high-speed chair lift whisks you and your bike 7,640 feet to the summit; from there, take your pick of 20 hand-built descent trails, with one to fit every skill level