A rather short interior trail that can be combined with a portion of the Two Dog Trail to make a nice loop hike or short run. The trail also ties into the south end of Centerline Trail, making it handy as a way to add some variety to outings in the area.
People travel in both directions on the trail so remain alert.
(Notes about accessing the trail: The handiest access to this trail is off of Two Dog Trail by way of Nadya's Trail. Use of Nadya's Trail for accessing the area is encourage for those arriving to the trails by bicycle or on foot. To help reduce neighborhood traffic we ask those driving to access the trail to please park at the Croy Trailhead and use the Bullion Connector and Two Dog trails in getting to the Wilson Gulch Trail.)
Directions to the BLM Croy Trailhead:
From the stop light intersection of Hwy 75/Main St. and Bullion St. in Hailey head west for about 3.5 miles to Trailhead Rd. on the right/north. Turn right/north onto the gravel road and proceed into the BLM Croy Trailhead parking area.
To gain the Wilson Gulch Trail from the trailhead, head west through the opening in the metal trailhead fence, then bear right/east to find the start of the Bullion Connector Trail. Head up the trail, keeping in mind that the trail leads through the BLM Croy Motocross Track interior area. Here, the Bullion Connector Trail crosses the motocross track in a couple of places. Keep an eye and ear open for traffic before crossing the track. Climb the trail to the saddle above the trailhead, then bear right/northeast to gain the start of the Two Dog Trail. Descend, then climb on Two Dog to its low intersection with the Wilson Gulch Trail, or remain on Two Dog to get to the high end of the Wilson Gulch Trail.
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