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Magruder Road Corridor, ID

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Magruder Road Corridor

  [Larger version of map] The historic, 101-mile, single-lane, mostly-unimproved Magruder Corridor Road winds through a vast undeveloped area, offering solitude and pristine beauty as ...[more]

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Directions

From Grangeville, Idaho follow State Highway 14 toward Elk City. Turn right on Red River Road #222 toward the old Red River Ranger Station (65 miles east of Grangeville). The west end of the Magruder Corridor (FR 468) intersects Forest Road #222, 0.3 mile south of the Ranger Station. The east end is 0.8 mile south of West Fork Ranger Station (18 miles southwest of Darby, Montana). From State Highway 14, turn south onto Red River-Dixie Road #222. The Magruder Road is also known as Nezperce Trail Road, Montana Road, Elk City to Darby Road and the Parker Trail. This primitive road is rough, steep and winding, with a few turnouts for passing oncoming vehicles. It is suitable for high clearance vehicles, pickup trucks, motorcycles and mountain bikes.

Activities
  • CAMPING CAMPING
  • HIKING HIKING
  • HORSE CAMPING HORSE CAMPING
  • HORSEBACK RIDING HORSEBACK RIDING
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