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Kinsey-Curran Connector
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Details
Status: Closed
Difficulty: Intermediate
Uses: Mt Biking & Hiking & Equestrian & Motorcycle
Length: 2.31 miles
Start: 6,959'
End: 6,401'
Min: 6,401'
Max: 7,536'
Gain: 654'
Loss: -1,211'
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REMARKS:
Deer Creek Road #097 is open to the Deer Creek Picnic Area. The picnic area is just beyond (west of) the intersection of Deer Creek Rd. and the North Fork Deer Creek Rd. #103. Howard's Trail #331 is open. The Ketchum Ranger District has closed all other trails in the area for construction, but they have opened the entire Deer Creek drainage to cross country foot and stock use. For more information call the KRD at 622-5371.
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Description / Access Information

Kinsey-Curran Connector Trail #318: Closed due to the Beaver Creek Fire, but the Ketchum Ranger District has opened the Deer Creek drainage to cross country foot and horse travel.

Starting at the Deer Creek trailhead,the Kinsey-Curran Connector helps form a good hiking loop. Fall color on the east of the Curran Trail, and the gurgling Curran Creek make for a great walk.  The trail can be traveled in either direction, but most mountain bikers prefer to climb the switchbacks up from the Curran Gulch side. The Kinsey-Curran Connector Trail links into the Kinsey Trail, which leads down to Deer Creek Road and then the completion of the 10.7-mile loop.

Directions: Drive north from downtown Hailey to Deer Creek Road (2.8 mi).  Turn left and continue past the pavement and onto dirt to the trailhead at the end of the road (11.1 mi). 

*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.

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