Eagle Creek Rd:
Located 6.8 miles north of Ketchum, Eagle Creek is another popular lands access road. It's .8 miles on the pavement to a dirt parking lot beneath several large trees. This is a winter trailhead and a popular spot for locals to walk their dogs. The Eagle Creek Road is accessible all the way to the end of the canyon with a 2WD vehicle. Camping in undeveloped sites is allowed in the canyon.Mountain Biking:
The gentle road is a great option for an after work rde or a place to take novice bikers. There are several stream crossings on this road.Neal Canyon:
(.5 miles, 305 feet) Neal Canyon splits right .6 miles from the Eagle Creek trailhead. This old access road offers a shaded walk that is perfect for beating the mid-summer heat or taking the dogs for a walk.For more detailed descriptions, topo maps, and information on the history, geology, and wildflowers of the Wood River Valley pick up a copy of Exploring Sun Valley online or find it at one of several local shops.