Bullwinkle | Mountain Bike the Tetons

Access

This trail can be accessed from the base area at Grand Targhee [Directions to resort from Driggs, ID].

Options

This trail is designated for downhill mountain bike traffic only. It can be ridden from the top by taking the Dreamcatcher lift to the summit of Fred’s Mountain and riding the Grand Traverse trail and either Sidewinder, Buffalo Drop, Sticks & Stones to the next junction where this trail starts; or by taking Grand Traverse to either Buffalo Drop, Sticks & Stones, or Sidewinder continuing on Sidewinder at the first junction and turning onto lower Bullwinkle at the next junction; as a loop by pedaling up the Teton Vista snowcat road.

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Bullwinkle

Trail Status: Closed

Trail Condition: Snow Covered

Distance: 3.23 km (2.0 mi)

Difficulty: More Difficult

Min Elevation: 2445 m (8021 ft)

Max Elevation: 2755 m (9038 ft)

Total Elevation +/-: 37 m (120 ft) / - 344 m (1130 ft)

Min Grade: -40.6 %

Max Grade: 25.7 %

Recorded: 9/22/2012 2:39pm

Trail Status

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Closed

Trail Conditions

Tacky
Dry
Dusty
Variable
Wet
Some Mud
Very Muddy
Snow Packed
Snow Covered

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2019 Spring Grant Applications for Future MBT Projects are Signed, Sealed and Delivered…

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Five Bills For Better Mountain Biking Need Your Help!

Congress is working on a package of outdoor recreation bills, many of which the national mountain bike community (People for Bikes, IMBA, etc.) has helped craft and has advocated for throughout this legislative session. It’s time to get these bills across the finish line. Please contact your representatives and tell them time is running out—you demand action for outdoor recreation! …

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MBT 2018 Year-End Report & Goals

Thanks to you all and sincerest thanks for the trust and partnership of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the City of Driggs, the City of Victor and the Town of Jackson. The trails we ride, build and maintain are administered by these folks and we’re only able to exist and thrive with their cooperation. We’re trying to raise …

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Horseshoe Canyon Trails Seasonal Closure and Survey Results

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2018 Year-End Trail Crew Report and Survey

Thank You! GIANT thanks to our 2018 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get these guys off and running this season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes HERE and please pledge …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: October 8, 2018

Thank You! GIANT thanks to our 2018 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get these guys off and running this season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes HERE and please pledge …

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Win 2 VIP Experience Passes to Red Bull Rampage!

We’ve had a tremendous summer here in the Tetons, filled with events, rides, repaired trails and fresh new trails.  Our Annual Trail Maintenance program is winding down for the season and the Blair Drive Bike Park project has just about wrapped up. BUT… We still need your help in making sure these projects get fully funded. We have been presented a super fun …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: October 1, 2018

Thank You! GIANT thanks to our 2018 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get these guys off and running this season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes HERE and please pledge …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: September 17, 2018

Thank You! GIANT thanks to our 2018 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get these guys off and running this season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes HERE and please pledge …

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Protect the Land and Water Conservation Fund to Protect Places We Ride!

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: September 10, 2018

Thank You! GIANT thanks to our 2018 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get these guys off and running this season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes HERE and please pledge …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: August 27, 2018

Thank You! GIANT thanks to our 2018 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get these guys off and running this season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes HERE and please pledge …

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