East Fork Lake Fork Trail

McCall, IdahoTrail Maintenance Project
East Fork Lake Fork
East Fork Lake Fork
East Fork Lake Fork
East Fork Lake Fork

About East Fork Lake Fork Trail

CIMBA adopted the East Fork Lake Fork Trail and it has since been a staple for mountain biking in McCall. Spanning 9 miles, this intermediate out and back trail is a blend of history and natural challenge. It runs along rugged mountain streams and through a valley sculpted by ancient glaciers. The trail’s lower five miles, known for its pre-suspension biking roots, offers a picturesque ride with huckleberries, smooth single-track, root sections, granite boulders, and much more.

The stream crossing at mile 5 marks a transition to more challenging terrain and some technical climbs. For those who dare to cross and venture onward, a reward awaits in the form of a thrilling 9-10 mile technical, and flowy downhill ride back to your car. One Track Mind Foundation invested in CIMBA and Idaho Conservation Corps to enhance these lower five miles, focusing on rock armouring wet areas, drainage, and clearing brush and logs to improve visibility and the trail’s sustainability.

McCall on Trailforks.com
Singletrack, Two-way
Moderate climbs and decents, Root sections, Granite boulders, Natural Beauty

Project Partners

Idaho Conservation Corps
Central Idaho Mountain Bike Association (CIMBA)
Creating Longevity

Empower Youth, Sustain Trails

Your contribution empowers local youth to take part in the stewardship of our trails, instilling a sense of responsibility and pride as they maintain and improve these vital outdoor spaces. With each donation, you’re not only keeping the trails alive; you’re investing in the hands-on education and development of young guardians of the environment. Support our mission and watch our trails — and their youthful caretakers — thrive.