A few years ago, ADV Member Birdcool put together this. GPS tracks and maps of three trail focused rides in Idaho. One from Nevada to Canada up the Western part of the state, one loop that would cover the land from the Lolo Highway to Lake Pend Oreille, and one loop that would cover the mountains from Challis to Idaho City. Everything you could want is listed: gas, motels, easy trails, hard trails, roads, views, alternate trails, bonus trails, hot springs, cold rivers I haven't gone camping off the bike in a few years and was getting the winter fever in March. By wild coincidence, Chad from Arizona found the Ridaho site and plans got forming. The Southern Loop checks all the boxes for us: It's a loop, check Shortest drive from Oregon, check Shortest drive from Arizona, also check Awesome mountains, check Aaaannnnnddd: Most single track at 330 miles, check Least road at 220 miles, also check Got my bike ready, check: It's pretty much the perfect machine for tight single track, except for the camping gear, chainsaw, big tank and if you ever visit the Thumper Forum, being a 500. It's pretty much the opposite of perfect for a long highway drone though, so it goes into the Tacoma (sorry not sorry) for the long, but familiar by now drive to Pine, ID. Chad called around and found that the Nester's Lodge and Campground was probably the best place to spend a night, park the trucks and spend another night when we got back. Picture from their website, I think they're ok with dirt bikers Actually that might have been the only place he called, but it only takes one shot if you nail it the first time. Anyways, I got a room, filled the sink with beer (they had both kinds, Coors and Coors Light) and hung out. Chad and Scott showed up about an hour later and we talked about how much fun dirt bikes are and how great the hot tub was going to feel when we get back late in the afternoon in five days.