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Nadya's Trail
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Status: Open
Difficulty: Beginner
Uses: Mt Biking & Hiking & Equestrian
Length: 0.15 miles
Start: 5,517'
End: 5,489'
Min: 5,488'
Max: 5,517'
Gain: 3'
Loss: -31'
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Trail Info
Trail Maintenance is underway on the Hidden Valley Trail. When approaching the crew please slow down and announce your presence. Give the crew members a little time to clear any tools they may have in the trail and then proceed through slowly and safely. If you are bicycling, carry your bike through if the trail happens to be temporarily clogged with brush, soil or rock generated by the maintenance work. Thank you! The main access for the BLM Croy Trail Network is the Croy Trailhead. Directions to Croy Trailhead: Travel west out of Hailey on Bullion St./Croy Canyon Road. After about 3.5 miles look for a small green street sign for "Trailhead Rd" on the right/north. Turn right on this gravel road to access the trailhead.
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Description / Access Information
Nadya’s Trail: A short path providing a useful link from the end of Rodeo Drive to the Two Dog Trail.

There is a nice memorial to Nadya Conway at the start of this short connector between the end of Rodeo Drive and the Two Dog Trail. Non-motorized, neighborhood access to the Croy trails.

Directions: To help reduce motorized traffic through the Rodeo Drive neighborhood, those driving to get to the Croy trails are asked to use the Croy Trailhead or Bullion Gulch Road accesses. Please use Nadya's access primarily for access by bicycle or foot. Those who do drive to access the Croy trails via Nadya's will find the parking for the trail at the Rotarun Ski Hill parking area.

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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