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Quigley Loop Trail
Details (7/3/2022)
Status: Open
Difficulty: Beginner
Uses: Mt Biking & Hiking & Equestrian & eBikes
Length: 4.2 miles
Start: 5,369'
End: 5,369'
Min: 5,369'
Max: 5,562'
Gain: 642'
Loss: -642'
Elevation Profile
// track pieces: 559, // elevation pieces: 559
Trailhead Forecast (7/3/2022)
Description / Access Information
Quigley Loop TrailThe Blaine County Recreation District built this 4.2-mile-long loop in the spring of 2019. The Quigley Loop Trail is east of Hailey. The trail can be accessed off of Quigley Canyon Road. The trail is open to bicyclists, hikers and equestrians and is built wide to accommodate side-by-side traffic or use by hand-cycles. Please obey posted signs and enjoy the new trail safely and responsibly.

Your use of this area is permitted by the private landowner, Quigley Farm.  Please respect private property by limiting your access to designated trails. This property is permanently protected by a conservation easement with the Wood River Land Trust. The Quigley Loop Trail was a collaborative effort with Quigley Farm, the Wood River Land Trust, and the BCRD.

Access: Trailhead and parking is on Quigley Road. Quigley Road is found on the east end of Hailey and is accessed through residential neighborhoods. Please drive safely if you are motoring to Quigley for your outing.

Directions: In Hailey, at the intersection of Hwy 75 and Croy Street, head east on Croy Street. (Croy St. intersects with Hwy 75/Main Street one block south of the main downtown stoplight intersection). Travel east on Croy Street. After crossing the bike path the street makes a right hand turn and becomes East Ridge Drive. Turn left almost immediately at the next intersection, which is Quigley Road. Follow the paved portion of Quigley Road for about a quarter to a small dirt parking area on the left at the start of the native surface portion of Quigley Road. From the parking/trailhead area, the Quigley Loop Trail can be accesses by heading further east up Quigley Road. Look for the signs marking the trail.

*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.